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12 Seattle authors at Book Club Brunch in Greenwood on Saturday to benefit literacy

May 9th, 2012 · Comments

Twelve prominent Seattle authors will have brunch with the public on Saturday morning to raise money for literacy programs. Hosted by Seattle7Writers and Elliott Bay Book Company, the Book Club Brunch begins at 10 a.m. Saturday upstairs at Greenwood Square, 8420 Greenwood Ave. N.

Proceeds benefit 826 Seattle and Powerful Schools.

Book Club Brunch features nationally acclaimed and bestselling Northwest authors:

  • Jim Lynch, discussing his new novel “Truth Like the Sun”
  • Garth Stein, author of “The Art of Racing in the Rain”
  • Heather Barbieri, author of “The Cottage at Glass Beach”
  • Randy Sue Coburn, author of “A Better View of Paradise”
  • Laurie Frankel, author of “The Atlas of Love”
  • Jennie Shortridge, author of “When She Flew”
  • Kit Bakke, author of “Dot to Dot”
  • Erica Bauermeister, author of “Joy for Beginners”
  • Dave Boling, author of “Guernica”
  • Stephanie Kallos, author of “Sing Them Home”
  • Indu Sundaresan, author of “Shadow Princess”
  • Tara Austen Weaver, author of “The Butcher and The Vegetarian: One Woman’s Romp Through a World of Men, Meat, and Moral Crisis”

Seattle7Writers is a nonprofit organization that promotes local literature and literacy organizations. All of the writers’ books will be available for purchase at the event, and a percentage of book sales will benefit the literacy programs. Authors will sign their books.

Tickets are $50 online, and includes brunch, mimosas, and a $30 tax-deductible donation.

The entrance to Greenwood Square is on North 85th Street, by the Metro bus stop.

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