Christopher Frizzelle

Christopher Frizzelle

Christopher Frizzelle was The Stranger's print editor, and first joined the staff in 2003. He was the editor-in-chief from 2007 to 2016, and edited the story by Eli Sanders that won a 2012 Pulitzer Prize. He has written features about journalistic fabricators, killer whales, psychedelic mushrooms, a neighbor's suicide, Miranda July's fiction, Heather McHugh's poetry, and the secret history of Club Z, among other topics. He is one of the authors of The Stranger's guide to life, How to Be a Person. He curates cabarets in rock clubs with writers and artists and is the inventor of the silent-reading party.

Ten Years of 9/11

A Monstrous Decade, a Fanatical Family, and the Worst Birthday in Human History

The Queer Artist Making New Myths for Seattle

"My goal is to make fantasy, fairytale, magical-hero stories set in Seattle," says the composer and playwright Justin Huertas.

The Woman in 606

Aftermath of a Stranger’s Death and the Puzzle of Psychosis

The Fight to Free Lolita

The Story of a Puget Sound Killer Whale That's Been Held Captive in Florida for 45 Years

Bleak House

Sex, Meth, Love, and War, and the Long-Lost History of a Hundred-Year-Old Building

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Food & Drink Aug 14 1:05 PM

Optimism Brewing Is Now Also a Street Cafe and a Coworking Space

The brewery that opened in 2015 is innovating in hopes that it can survive 2020.

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