• Chris Crutcher

    Chris Crutcher: 'Deadline'

    Award-winning author Chris Crutcher read from "Deadline," his newest novel for young adults at the Greenwood Branch on December 13.

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  • Mary Randlett: Landscapes

    'Mary Randlett Landscapes' A Conversation

    Acclaimed Northwest photographer Mary Randlett and local photographer Ted D'Arms will discuss "Mary Randlett: Landscapes," a collection of Randlett's photographs accompanied by essays and poetry, Sunday, Dec. 2 at the Central Library.

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  • Amanda Diva

    Amanda Diva: 'Young Skin, Wise Mind, Old Soul'

    On November 29, poet, performer, and activist Amanda Diva read from her new book of poetry, "Young Skin, Wise Mind, Old Soul" at the Central Library. Several teen poets from the Young Queens group of teen poets also performed their own work.

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  • Ha Jin

    Ha Jin read from 'A Free Life'

    Award-winning author Ha Jin read from his latest novel, "A Free Life," the story of the Wu family's struggle for the American dream, Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the Central Library.

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  • Daniel Walker Howe

    Daniel Walker Howe: 'What Hath God Wrought'

    Historian Daniel Walker Howe discussed "What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848," Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Central Library.

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  • Joseph J. Ellis

    Joseph J. Ellis discusses 'American Creation'

    Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Joseph J. Ellis discussed his newest work, "American Creation: Triumphs and Tragedies at the Founding of the Republic," Thursday, Nov. 8 at the Central Library.

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  • Robert Frost

    Living Literature Series featuring Robert Frost

    Humanities scholar John D. Anderson presented his portrayal of Robert Frost, four-time Pulitzer Prize winning poet, Monday, Nov. 5 at the Central Library.

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  • Jessie Gruman

    'AfterShock' author Jessie Gruman

    'AfterShock' author and social psychologist Jessie Gruman discussed the lessons she learned as the survivor of four life-threatening illnesses over the past three decades in a program presented Thursday, Nov. 1 at the Central Library.

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  • Laurie Lamon

    Poets Laurie Lamon and Michele Glazer read

    The Library presented a reading with award-winning Pacific Northwest poets Laurie Lamon and Michele Glazer Saturday, Oct. 27 at the Central Library.

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  • Alice Sebold

    Alice Sebold: 'The Almost Moon'

    Bestselling author Alice Sebold discussed her latest novel, "The Almost Moon," Friday, Oct. 26 at the Central Library. Sebold is the author of the bestselling novel "The Lovely Bones" and the memoir "Lucky."

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