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Another Read Through

3932 N Mississippi Avenue
Portland, OR 97227, US (map)

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Past events that happened here

  • Saturday
    Sep 9 2017
    Strong Girls, Strong Women, Strong Readers at Another Read Through

    A celebration of female literary role models!

    Another Read Through will be host to a bunch of strong women—many of them fictional. The event, Strong Girls, Strong Women, Strong Readers, encourages girls and women to choose strong female role models, especially in their books.

    Strong Girls, Strong Women, Strong Readers will include book-related fun for all ages, including:

    • A literary scavenger hunt
    • On-the-spot portraits with favorite books
    • Art projects
    • Photo opportunities in the literary tree
    • Readings and interviews with local authors Cindy Brown (The Ivy Meadows Mysteries), Kate Ristau (Clockbreakers), Suzy Vitello (The Empress Chronicles), Sally Stember (Cate Darringer)
    • And of course, lots of recommendations for books that feature strong female protagonists.
  • Friday
    Jun 30 2017
    LGBTQ Literary Salon: A Benefit for the Pride Foundation

    Please join us at Another Read Through for Pride Foundation's 3rd annual LGBTQ Literary Salon, featuring local LGBTQ writers.

    The salon is open to everyone, so please share and invite friends and family. While we will be raising funds for Pride Foundation, a donation is not required to attend.

    Light hors d'oeuvres will be served, as well as beer, wine, and NA beverages.

    We'll feature readings from:

    • Karelia Stetz-Waters
    • Kate Gray
    • Sam Roxas-Chua
    • April Daniels

    Another Read Through is a queer owned, mostly used, multi-genre bookshop that has a focus on local authors and queer literature. This salon is hosted by owner, Elisa Saphier.

    We hope you'll join us!

    Pride Foundation of Seattle, Washington supports people, places, & ideas that are transforming our region. Together, we're building a shared movement for equality focused on our shared humanity through grants, scholarships, community organizing, policy advocacy, and investments