Two Evenings With Laura Albert & Friends
Two special events where Laura Albert will speak and read
her latest work for the first time. Her fiction will also
be read by other important authors.
SEATTLE, TUESDAY MARCH 26, 7:30 PM
Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Avenue; 206-322-7030
Christoper Frizzelle, Editor-in-Chief of Seattle’s
alternative weekly the Stranger, will interview Laura.
Notable Seattle authors Rebecca Brown, Sean Beaudoin,
Nicole Hardy, and Garth Stein will read from Laura’s
For more information, go to http://www.thestranger.com/
The mission of Richard Hugo House is to foster writers,
build community, and engage the Pacific Northwest in the
world of writing. Richard Hugo House provides classes,
events, and resources for writers, readers, and audiences.
Those resources include ZAPP, Zine Archive & Publishing
Project, home to more than 20,000 zines, chapbooks, and
other indie publications.
To learn more about Richard Hugo House, go to
Portland author and publisher Kevin Sampsell will interview
Laura. Joining Laura to read from her fiction will be
some of Portland’s very best authors, including Linda
Yuknavitch, Jon Raymond, Arthur Bradford, and Monica Drake.
For more information, go to http://disjecta.org/
This event is a special fundraising benefit for p:ear. The
staff and volunteers of p:ear serve as mentors, friends,
and role models for homeless youth, offering programs
to help them develop the internal strength, skills, and
foresight needed to exit homelessness.
To learn more about p:ear, go to
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