Seattle Public Library, Capitol Hill Branch Capitol Hill
Thurs Oct 11, 8:05–8:50 pm
Many labels could apply to Ray Bradbury: book junkie, sci-fi innovator, Martian dreamer, and occasional hack. But there's no doubt that he wrote some of the most unsettling stories of the 20th century. Stop in the gallery for a late-night reading of the frightful “The Whole Town’s Sleeping,” part of Lit Crawl and Booktoberfest.
425 Harvard Ave. E, Seattle, WA