On Thursday, October 5, UW Press and the UW Alumni Association will present “Reading the Pacific Northwest: An Evening with UW Press Authors.” UW Press authors Paula Becker, Jourdan Keith, Lynda V. Mapes, and David B. Williams will be in conversation with Crosscut’s Florangela Davila about how books and writing can help us understand—and change—our region and our world. How does place affect the writing process? How do local stories inform the larger world’s understanding of the Pacific Northwest? Whose stories get to be told (and why do some go untold for far too long)? We’ll dive into those questions and more.
The event is free, and appetizers and refreshments will be served. A book signing and conversation with the presenters will follow the program. We hope you will join us for this special evening!
Read more on the blog:
Behind the Covers: Looking for Betty MacDonald and Three New Editions
Photo Essay: Hidden Treasures and Surprising Views from Seattle Walks
Q&A with Too High and Too Steep Author David B. Williams
Bertha Blues in a Sinking City: A Brief History of Seattle’s Shifting Landscapes