“Fire and Fury” is the nation’s top nonfiction best-seller.
The book is a worthy read to understand Scott Montgomery and Thomas Graham’s intriguing scenario of growing the peaceful use of nuclear energy to avoid...
Ijeoma Oluo’s new book, essentially a set of guidelines and tips for discussing race across identities, is timely and urgent.
It isn’t quite “Ragtime” — but “King Zeno” is a fun read and more ambitious than most genre novels.
This new collection, from the editors of Lonely Planet, presents 200 road-trip ideas, all over the world.
The battle over the late playwright’s manuscripts, private journals and other papers pitted two of the nation’s most prestigious archival institutions against each other. And...
One of Seattle’s most beloved book dealers, Louis Collins, longtime proprietor of Louis Collins Books and producer of the Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair, died of...
Here are notable author events for the week of Jan. 19-25.
James Lee Burke’s “Robicheaux” revisits the author’s best-known figure: Dave Robicheaux, a Cajun sheriff’s deputy in Iberia Parish, Louisiana.
“Leonardo da Vinci” is the nation’s top nonfiction best-seller.