Are you a sci-fi writer? If so, you need to apply for Clarion West's 2019 summer workshop, which is a six-week intensive learning session for writers of science fiction and fantasy. This year has an impressive list of teachers, including Ann Leckie, author of Ancillary Justice.
At Crosscut, Brangien Davis reports that Seattle has the most Instagrammable public library in the world.
Speaking of Crosscut, that's where Knute Berger wrote a piece about his experience interviewing Bob Woodward about his book Fear onstage at the Paramount Theater this week. I wasn't crazy about Fear, but I'm thrilled that lots of people are still willing to pack a theater to listen to a journalist talk about his work.
The excellent journal A Public Space is getting into the book publishing business. They'll put out four books a year to start.
Here's a very good overview of the plagiarism scandal that dominated poetry Twitter over the weekend.
This tweet is the most disgusting "let them eat cake" employer moment I've seen in a while:
“The richest man in America, who’s a direct competitor, has just been handed $3 billion in subsidies. I’m not asking for money or a tax rebate,” Ms. Wyden said. “Just leave me alone.”