(READING) The truth of the matter is, some of the best books in the last 10 years have been memoirs. Books by Eggers and Amis come immediately to mind. Add to the stack Oh the Glory of It All by Sean Wilsey, who's an editor for McSweeney's and used to work for the New Yorker. From page one: "We were Mom and Dad and I-three palindromes!-and we lived... [in] an apartment at the top of a building at the top of a hill: full of light, full of voices, full of windows full of water and bridges and hills." (Elliott Bay Book Company, 101 S Main St, 624-6600. 7:30 pm, free.)