The next Bushwick event, 3 for 3: Music Inspired by Books; Books Inspired by Water, is just around the corner. It’s a special show because it will feature nine songwriters performing a song inspired by one of three authors and is supported by four local Seattle organizations. Let’s take a closer look at each of the featured books […]
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Our next event is super exciting because we are bringing together four local literary institutions, Seattle7Writers, The Bushwick Book Club Seattle, Hugo House and Town Hall Seattle to partner the event. “3 for 3: Music Inspired by Books; Books Inspired by Water” will feature Bushwick Book Club’s songwriters and musicians performing songs inspired by the books […]
The Bookshelf Report is an ongoing series where a Bushwick reader or artist shares a little bit about the books that occupy their shelves. Reggie Garrett often performs with the Bushwick Book Club and will take the stage at the upcoming 3-for-3; Music Inspired by Books; Books Inspired by Water event. He is currently working on […]
The Bookshelf Report is an ongoing series where a Bushwick reader or artist shares a little bit about the books that occupy their shelves. Nancy K. Dillon is a Seattle songwriter. She’s performing her song “A Dream of Brother” at Bushwick’s Jack Straw Writers Anthology 2016 event on December 10. Her song based on a short […]
The women of Bushwick share their thoughts on this memorable passage from Kim Gordon’s Girl in a Band.
Kim Gordon is a lot of things. She’s a mom, rockstar and author to name few. Here are a few more facts about this amazing woman.
These quotes from Kim Gordon’s Girl in a Band touch on many themes in the book — love and heartbreak, performance, feminism, art and fashion, and fame.
Five intriguing facts about Anaïs Nin, the author of Delta of Venus.
Here are a few fun facts about Marjane Satrapi, the author of the best-selling graphic novel Persepolis.
Just because a book is critically acclaimed doesn’t mean you have to like it.