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Our current selection is Artist in Residence, a novel in three acts. Set in Seattle in the mid-eighties, it's a coming-of-age tale for both its characters and the city they inhabit. In a time when heroes look to be extinct, the main protagonists are reminded heroism is in the details. Act One: Lofty Pursuits.
Installment #8 She's got a fabulous champagne-pink beehive. Introducing Grace MacArthur.

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Art Since 1950: American and International, Seattle World's Fair Fine Arts Pavilion, April 21 -
October 21, 1962,
compiled by Sam Hunter and William Sandburg Einstein's Moon: Bell's Theorem and the Curious Quest for Quantum Reality, by F. David Peat Four Plays By Eugene Ionesco, translated by Donald M. Allen
George and Martha, by James Marshall Heart of a Nation: Writers and Photographers Inspired by the American Landscape,
edited by Charles Kogod and Barbara A. Payne I Like You, by Sandol Stoddard Warburg
Masterpieces of Art: Seattle World's Fair Fine Arts Pavilion, April 21 to September 4, 1962,
compiled by William M. Milliken, PhD
    Mystic Places, edited by Pat Daniels, Anne Horan and Sara Schneidman
Northwest Coast Indian Art: Seattle World's Fair Fine Arts Pavilion, April 21 - October 21,
edited by Alan C. Wilcox Rosie and Michael, by Judith Viorst
Ruins of the Southwest, Sierra Press Trees: A Guide to Familiar American Trees, by Herbert S. Zim, PhD, ScD and Alexander C. Martin, PhD
A Wind-storm in the Forests, by John Muir