Every month, we'll be asking prominent Northwest residents what books they're reading, rereading and recommending — and why. This month: University of Washington men's basketball...
What We’re Reading
We ask prominent Northwest residents what books they’re reading, rereading and recommending — and why.
What the Pacific Northwest is reading: For screaming meemies, turn to ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’
The childhood horror collection "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" continues to deliver screaming meemies, long after its first publication in 1981.
Ben Lerner and Ta-Nehisi Coates are both using the novel as a vehicle to discuss societal tensions and ideas of lineage, while challenging commonly-held assumptions...
What the Pacific Northwest is reading: Spooky season is upon us, and we’re choosing our books accordingly
October is here, Halloween is coming, and with it darkness approaches. But fear not: Get through with the cozy mysteries and creepy lore the Pacific...
In this new monthly feature, we examine what some influential locals are reading. This month, we asked local politicians Larry Gossett and Girmay Zahilay for...
What the Pacific Northwest is reading: What we can learn from the King County Library System’s Lucky Day books
The Lucky Day books lineup is changed every other week based on holds numbers, so it's truly a metric of what books are in high...
We love our local authors (and we have a weakness for YA).
What the Pacific Northwest is reading: We sift through the Seattle Public Library’s Peak Picks list VIEW
What we buy and what we read are often two different things. Here's what's in demand at the Seattle Public Library.
Recession-worried? Look to the writers whose generation was most affected by the last one.
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."
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