• Nicola Griffith

    Nicola Griffith reads from "Hild," her new historical novel

    Nicola Griffith reads from "Hild," her new historical novel about the life of St. Hilda of Whitby.

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 24.84MB] [Play time: 0 hr 54 min]

  • Brian McCarty

    McCarty presents images of war and toys

    McCarty brings together war and toys in photography that explores what children living in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Strip experience every day.

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 25.05MB] [Play time: 0 hr 54 min]

  • Clay Jenkinson

    Clay Jenkinson portrays Theodore Roosevelt and presents "Rushmore Speaks"

    History comes alive when Clay Jenkinson, humanities scholar and Chautauquan, portrays Theodore Roosevelt and presents "Rushmore Speaks."

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 52.02MB] [Play time: 1 hr 53 min]

  • Will Allen

    Will Allen discusses his autobiography, "The Good Food Revolution"

    Will Allen, athlete, farmer and MacArthur genius, shares his thoughts on how communities, families and even children can take part in the growing food revolution to provide good food for all.

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 42.42MB] [Play time: 1 hr 32 min]

  • Bushwick Book Club

    Bushwick Book Club presents 'Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher'

    The Bushwick Book Club presents original music inspired by Timothy Egan's award-winning 'Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis.'

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 25.69MB] [Play time: 0 hr 56 min]

  • Still Crazy (Good) After All These Years: Restaurants That Keep Us Coming Back for More

    Nancy Leson presents a discussion with four local Seattle chefs and restaurateurs

    Join The Seattle Times' food writer Nancy Leson for "Still Crazy (Good) After All These Years: Restaurants That Keep Us Coming Back for More," a discussion with four local Seattle chefs and restaurateurs.

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 40.17MB] [Play time: 1 hr 27 min]

  • Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher

    Book-It Repertory Theatre brings to life the quest of Edward Curtis to photograph more than 80 American Indian tribes

    Book-It Repertory Theatre brings to life the 30-year quest of Edward Curtis to photograph and document the vanishing ways and customs of more than 80 American Indian tribes in the early 20th century.

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 33.87MB] [Play time: 1 hr 13 min]

  • Jack Straw Writers Program logo

    Readings by 12 local writers in the Jack Straw Writers Program

    Readings by 12 local writers in the 2013 Jack Straw Writers Program.

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 28.01MB] [Play time: 01 hr 01 min]

  • Simon Winchester

    Simon Winchester presents: "The Men Who United the States"

    Join Simon Winchester for an overview of "The Men Who United the States: America's Explorers, Inventors, Eccentrics and Mavericks, and the Creation of One Nation, Indivisible."

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 33.08MB] [Play time: 01 hr 12 min]

  • Donna Tartt

    Donna Tartt reads from 'The Goldfinch'

    Donna Tartt reads from her new book, "The Goldfinch." Young Theo survives an explosion that kills his beloved mother. In his unbearable longing for her, he becomes obsessed with a painting that reminds him of her.

    Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 11.06MB] [Play time: 0 hr 24 min]