Literature

This pioneer of virtual-reality technology, major voice in the field of computer philosophy, prophet of the dangers of online collectivism and all-around futurologist reads and signs his latest book, Dawn of the New Everything: Encounters with

The frequent National Public Radio contributor and author of the Santaland Diaries and Me Talk Pretty One Day returns to Seattle for a reading and signing of his latest book, Theft by Finding.

Coates’ profound, provocative insights about race in his books, such as Between the World and Me, and essays for The Atlantic have earned him a loyal following—along with recognition in the form of the 2015 National Book Award fo

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It’s fitting that the New York Times best-selling author visits Seattle this month.

The beloved Chinese-American author discusses her newly published memoir, Where the Past Begins. 7 p.m. Free.

Explore years of history and browse through hundreds of different cultures at the Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair.

The portland, Oregon, author of All God’s Children: Inside the Dark and Violent World of Street Families, takes readers inside the mind of an abducted-child finder in her unsettling new novel titled The Child Finder.

Seattle-based jazz historian and author Elaine M.

Acclaimed 30-something novelist Oyeyemi’s new stories involve either a key or a lock as a central plot point. The New York Times called her “transcendent.” And then she became even better.