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Development Director Position

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW: Since 1987, Seattle Arts & Lectures (SAL) has cultivated transformative experiences through story and language with readers and writers of all generations. SAL fulfills its mission through educational, public, and community programming, in person and online. Our public literary events bring the most talented and thought-provoking writers of our times to local stages. Our youth programs include Writers in the Schools (WITS) and the Seattle Youth Poet Laureate (YPL) pr...
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Summer reading 2019: Fill out this Book Bingo card

Did you know you can possibly win prizes just by reading? You can, in Summer Book Bingo, presented by Seattle Public Library and Seattle Arts & Lectures. You can download the bingo card here.
Tags: Books, News, Entertainment, Seattle Public Library, Seattle Arts Lectures


Summer Book Bingo is back! Here are some page turners to get you started.

Here's how you can play Summer Book Bingo, presented by Seattle Public Library and Seattle Arts & Lectures — along with recommendations to help you fill your bingo card. Good luck!
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Ta-Nehisi Coates, Malcolm Gladwell among Seattle Arts & Lectures speakers in 2019-20 season

Seattle Arts & Lectures has announced its 2019-20 season, which features names like Malcolm Gladwell, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Min Jin Lee and Amor Towles. Plus: Other local literary news.
Tags: Books, News, Entertainment, Seattle Arts amp, Seattle Arts Lectures, Amor Towles, Nehisi Coates Malcolm Gladwell, Malcolm Gladwell Ta Nehisi Coates Min Jin Lee


What’s it like to get a call from Oprah? Author Tayari Jones talks about ‘An American Marriage’ and getting that call.

The author of "an American Marriage" — a New York Times best-seller and Oprah's Book Club selection — will be at Seattle Arts & Lectures on Tuesday, May 14.
Tags: Books, News, New York Times, Oprah, Seattle Arts Lectures, Tayari Jones


Books to Look Forward to in 2018

A new year is here — full, let us hope, of good books. While I vow once more to DO something about my own book-choked shelves and tables and corners, many new titles are calling to me. Here are some suggestions for winter-to-spring fiction (some based on advance buzz, some of which just caught my eye from the ever-growing piles of new arrivals on my desk), as well as some older titles that we'll be seeing on-screen soon. All come with my best wishes for happy reading in 2018! NE...
Tags: Music, Hbo, New York, Downton Abbey, Singapore, Britain, Brooklyn, Alaska, Jane Austen, Guardian, Ali Smith, Regina Hall, Channel Islands, TNT, Gillian Flynn, Amy Adams


Need help with your summer reading bingo? We can help

The Seattle Public Library and Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Summer Reading Bingo program is going on now; arts critic Moira Macdonald shares how she’s tackling some of those tough categories.
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A Seattle summer reading challenge for all ages: book bingo

Looking to stretch your reading horizons? Use these reading bingo cards brought to you by Seattle Arts & Lectures and Seattle Public Library.
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Seattle Arts & Lectures announces 2016-17 season lineup

Seattle Arts & Lectures announced its 2016-17 lecture series Thursday night to a sold-out event that featured writer and critic Teju Cole. Here’s the lineup for SAL’s Literary Arts Series: Sept. 19 – Ann Patchett, novelist and author of “Bel Canto” and “Year of Wonders.” Oct. 26 – Timothy Egan, National-Book-Award-winning Seattle author of “The […]
Tags: Books, Entertainment, Seattle, Ann Patchett, Timothy Egan, Seattle Arts amp, Seattle Arts Lectures