Barry Estabrook’s “Pig Tales: An Omnivore’s Quest for Sustainable Meat” exposes wrongdoing in the treatment of hogs as they are raised for food, but it’s also an appreciation of pigs and those who raise them with care.
In “Language Arts,” Seattle novelist Stephanie Kallos traces the harrowing changes autism wreaks on a boy, his mother and his father. Kallos discusses her book on Wednesday, June 10, at Seattle Public Library and June 19 at the Elliott Bay Book Co.
The work of poet Frank Stanford, whose turbulent life ended in suicide, is experiencing a well-deserved renaissance. Port Townsend publisher Copper Canyon Press has released “What About This: The Poems of Frank Stanford.”
I am not normal. This, I learned from a news story 35 years ago. The details have faded with the passage of time, but the gist of it remains clear. Some expert had crunched a bunch of numbers in search of the “average” human, the planetary norm, and found that she was an 8-year-old Japanese […]
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