Moira's Book Club will read Beatriz Williams' "The Summer Wives" for its next round, with discussion scheduled for Aug. 21.
From Elton John's farewell tour to the "Downton Abbey" movie, our Seattle Times arts writers dish on next month’s most buzzworthy arts and entertainment events.
A true neighborhood bookstore: Queen Anne Book Company is run by residents who prioritize serving the community
Janis Segress of Queen Anne Books shares the bookstore's history, the neighborhood's current favorite reads and a few of her favorite books.
What the Pacific Northwest is reading: A Seattle publishing house’s illustrated book surprises in the Top 10
This week, we're reading local writers, from "Seattle Walk Report"'s Susanna Ryan to Maria Semple's silver screen-bound "Where'd You Go, Bernadette."
Every month, we'll be asking prominent Northwest residents what books they're reading, rereading and recommending — and why. This month: Seattle Times Executive Editor Michele...
Moira's Book Club will be chatting about Beatriz Williams' beachy read starting at noon today.
Here's a little bit of everything for your late-summer paperback reading: novels, short stories, book-length journalism and two splendid biographies.
In the first installment of Seattle Times arts critic Moira Macdonald's new column about crime fiction (and, occasionally, crime nonfiction), she talks about what she...
When we're mourning, it often shows up what we're reading. This week was no exception, as the region said goodbye to Toni Morrison through the...