Books

Linnea Westerlind Visited Each of Seattle’s 426(!) Parks for This Awesome Guide

The Seattle native details every public park in the city.

Linnea Westerlind at one of her favorite spots: the Emma Schmitz Memorial Overlook in West Seattle.

ELAINA FRIEDMAN

How a Boy With a Crippling Injury Became Shoreline’s Inspirational ‘Running Man’

Lamont Thomas chronicles relearning to walk (and run) in a new autobiography.

Lamont Thomas holds a copy of his new book, “The Running Miracle.”

Stephen Strom

The Fight to Preserve Salmon in the Pacific Northwest

Author Langdon Cook discusses his new book, "Upstream: Searching for Wild Salmon From River to Table."

Seattle magazine contributor Langdon Cook uncovers our complex relationship with the Northwest’s favorite fish.

Stephen Strom

10 Seattle Subscription Boxes You Need to Know About

These trendy little packages offer monthly surprises from cupcakes to new wardrobes.

Because the world needs door-to-door cupcakes.

Caroline Craighead

How Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg Found Life After Her Husband’s Death

The author and social media executive spoke at Seattle's Moore Theatre this week.

Sheryl Sandberg speaking at a tech conference in 2008.

Linda Morgan

Local Lit: Lessons From a ‘Disastrous Pirate Slut’ and a Bird Rescuer

Two leading Seattle-area authors reveal different truths with their new books.

Standout local authors Claire Dederer (left) and Lyanda Lynn Haupt get personal with their new books.

Elaina Friedman & Callie Little

Seattle Author Jonathan Rosenblum on the Struggle for a $15 Minimum Wage

A local union organizer and writer talks about his new book and the need for a revitalized labor movement

Author Jonathan Rosenblum

Stephen Strom

‘Designed to be Home’ Celebrates Northwest Interiors

A Kirkland designer’s new coffee table book celebrates the Northwest home

Designer Harmony Weihs transforms spaces, such as this dining nook, now a striking corner library

Sarah Murphy

The Top 25 Shows to See in Seattle This Spring

Zandra Rhodes’ ‘Magic Flute’ costumes, first seen by Seattle audiences in 2011, return in an encore performance by the Seattle Opera. The designer calls them “wearable dreams”

Florangela Davila, Tim Appelo, Eva Seelye, Rebecca Ratterman and Sarah Murphy

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