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In September, we announced the lineup of authors for the Tampa Bay Times Virtual Festival of Reading. It’s a great list, but we hope you don’t mind that we’ve added a few more authors. Not a book to read straight through, perhaps, but worth delving into every now and then, especially if you live in California.
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Rumor has it that Seattle’s venerable Elliott Bay Book Company is on the move. Paul Constant, the book editor at the Stranger and a former Elliott Bay .Angela Garbes is a Seattle-based writer specializing in food, bodies, women’s health, and issues of racial equity and diversity.
Garbes began writing for The Stranger inand became a staff writer in Her piece “The More I Learn About Breast Milk, the More Amazed I Am” is the publication’s most-read piece in its twenty-four-year history, and the inspiration for this book.