Paul Constant of the Stranger recently wrote a fine, fine review of the Seattle literary scene and what needs to happen. We were mentioned! Here is the clip:
Seattle is the biggest literary city in the United States aside from New York City, where the publishing industry was founded and will remain until it dies. From the explosive growth of Amazon.com to the revived, relocated Elliott Bay Book Company to all the feisty readings series around town (the Breadline at Vermillion, Cheap Wine & Poetry at Hugo House, the conceptual SPLAB on Beacon Hill), Seattle is a city of readers and writers.
Read the entire article here.