• Jeffrey Eugenides

    Jeffrey Eugenides, October 17

    Jeffrey Eugenides reads from his new novel, "The Marriage Plot," one of the most highly anticipated novels of the fall, a story about college, literature and love.

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  • Anne Enright

    Anne Enright, October 13

    Anne Enright reads from her new novel, "The Forgotten Waltz." This is a story about obsession, passion, love, family ties, marriage and middle age.

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  • Kristi Mathisen

    Kristi Mathisen, October 12

    Guest speaker Kristi Mathisen, managing director of tax and financial planning at Laird Norton Tyee, provides up-to-date information for all your estate planning needs.

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  • Final Flight: The Mystery of a WWII Plane Crash and the Frozen Airmen in the High Sierra

    Peter Stekel, October 11

    In 2005, two mountaineers climbing above a glacier in the High Sierra found the mummified remains of a man in a WWII uniform. Author Peter Stekel talks about the events from his book "'Final Flight: The Mystery of a WWII Plane Crash and the Frozen Airmen in the High Sierra."

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  • Art Spiegelman

    Art Spiegelman, October 8

    Join Pulitzer Prize-winning Art Spiegelman for a conversation with Nancy Pearl about Spiegelman's "MetaMaus: A Look Inside a Modern Classic, Maus."

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    Paula Becker, October 5

    Paula Becker from HistoryLink talks about how she used archives to research and write about the 50th Anniversary of Century 21 Seattle's Worlds Fair and the 1909 Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition.

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    Kim Allison, M.D., October 5

    Dr. Kim Allison, Director of Breast Pathology at the University of Washington Medical Center, uses her experience as a cancer survivor to inspire others.

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  • Craig Thompson

    Craig Thompson, October 5

    Craig Thompson discusses his work and shows illustrations from "Habibi." It tells the tale of Dodola and Zam, refugee child slaves bound to each other by chance, by circumstance and by the love that grows between them.

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  • Colin Meloy and Carson Ellis

    Colin Meloy and Carson Ellis, October 4

    Debut novelist, Colin Meloy and acclaimed artist, Carson Ellis discuss their new book "Wildwood," the first book in an epic middle-grade fantasy series full of magic, wonder and danger set in an alternate version of modern-day Portland, Oregon.

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  • Russell Banks

    Russell Banks, October 3

    Russell Banks reads from his new novel, "Lost Memory of Skin." His new book tells the story of the Kid, a 22-year-old registered sex offender living in a homeless encampment under a south Florida causeway, and the Professor, a morbidly obese, brilliant, university sociologist doing research.

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