Portland's Fonograf Editions releases "Alice Notley: Live in Seattle."

As we brace for yet another few weeks of record-breaking rain, it's time to take shelter in poetry

What to do in Seattle in the weeks ahead

Poetry, fiction, non-fiction and more!

For 20 years, Seattle’s Hugo House has served as an urban writer’s retreat at its Capitol Hill location across from Cal Anderson Park, sponsoring and hosting a wide variety of events, residencies and services for readers and writers alike.

April – as I’m sure you know – is National Poetry Month.