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Home / Young teens (12+) / This Ain't No Video Game, Kid! When Finn gets involved with a street gang in downtown Seattle, Jack is torn: how can he.
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But when his swaggering Irish. Finn is obsessed with a violent computer game, and when he meets a Latino gang in the inner city, he thinks he can have a slice of the action. How can Jack reconcile the demands of his straight-laced parents, the pressure to be loyal to his wayward cousin, and his growing attraction to Carina, who hangs out with the gang? If only Finn would disappear! But then he does just that, and Jack is more torn than ever Kevin Stevenss pacy debut as a writer for young adults is a tense and gritty story of home values threatened by street culture, with the menace of gang violence never far away.
About the AuthorKevin Stevens is a U. The best literary events from November 6th - November 12th Event of the Week: Read our coverage first! Ragnarok throws out Thor and starts over.
It's the right choice. Short Run Thursday Comics Hangover: It's a small world, after all With each passing moment, The Snowman becomes less and less interesting Thursday Comics Hangover: Let the women speak Book News Roundup: All poetry, all the time Literary Event of the Week: The genre walk Meet the cartoonist behind Seattle Walk Report: Media news, festival lineups, a scam, and something beautiful Tickets are available now for Armistead Maupin and David Sedaris New Hire: Talking with DW about moving to Seattle, publishing his sketchbooks, and finding cartoonists from every continent on Earth Book News Roundup: Great opportunities for writers old er and young Does Blade Runner honor the themes of Philip K.
Too beautiful for this world Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from September 27th - October 3rd Event of the Week: Cienna Madrid reads in Seattle next Tuesday! It's never okay to give a Nazi a platform Thursday Comics Hangover: A Bonding experience Your Week in Readings: Blue collar special Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from September 13th - September 19th Five books by Seattle authors to look out for this fall Literary Event of the Week: It's all bad news, kids Daniel Handler's All the Dirty Parts is just as enticing, funny, profane, and frustrating as sex itself Thursday Comics Hangover: These bottoms are the tops Your Week in Readings: Readerfest Seattle Mystery Bookshop to "most likely" close at the end of September The nightmare scenario for libraries Thursday Comics Hangover: A shiny new nostalgia Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from August 30 - September 5th John Smelcer wants to sing like Sherman Alexie, but he sounds more like a cat in heat Literary Event of the Week: Joan Didion goes to the movies Thursday Comics Hangover: Dumbforgiven Your Week in Readings: Lit Crawl is happening on Thursday, October 19th Seattle authors everywhere: Same shit, different costume Your Week in Readings: Donald Trump is not children's book material Literary Event of the Week: Cephalopod Appreciation Society Someone should write the sci-fi novel that America really needs to read right now Conservative author clearly has no respect for booksellers Talking with Steve Toutonghi about all the work a book cover has to do The Glass Castle puts a Hollywood lie on a true story Thursday Comics Hangover: Scary stories to tell in the dark Your Week in Readings: A Palimpsest Book News Roundup: Get ready for Seattle Public Library's new website Washington State Book Awards finalists announced "We really are one of the top literary cities of the world.
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For mature readers Evicted is such a good book it rendered me effectively speechless Your Week in Readings: Grab a milkshake and listen to some audio books Literary Event of the Week: X Y Z Gallery opening Anyone want to buy a bookstore? Seattle Mystery Bookshop is for sale. He just knocked it out for a little while. Saturday, September 9th is Readerfest, a free and family-friendly book festival at Magnuson Park Can you read a video?
Why won't The Stranger pay a young writer for their work? Say something nice Book News Roundup: Why did the robot kill itself? The best literary events from July 19th - July 25th Is the Stranger running a contest where winners cover Bumbershoot as unpaid marketers? Literary Event of the Week: The Pepe-demption tour continues Citing a need "to take a big step back and do most of my grieving in private," Sherman Alexie postpones book tour Thursday Comics Hangover: Fighting Trump in comics Your Week in Readings: The fight to save Pepe Thursday Comics Hangover: Seattle journalist Erica C.
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Barnett is hard at work on a memoir Thursday Comics Hangover: The deadlines approacheth In which Cate Blanchett inhabits the texts of manifestoes despite her director's worst intentions A play based on a novel that feels just as timely as the evening news Thursday Comics Hangover: A fan's notes Seattle, mapped in poetry Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from June 21st - 27th Book News Roundup: Life After Death at Hugo House Amazon develops anti-showrooming software and irony is dead Should librarians "virtually vanish" as individuals?
Talking with Charles Johnson about community, retirement, and writing a whole lot of books Is it just me, or has been a bad year for novels? The best literary events from June 14th - 20th Literary Event of the Week: Americans are crazy about audio books Thursday Comics Hangover: Is this the ugliest comic in the world? The autocrat and the dilettante Let's acknowledge the fact that James Comey is a very good writer Your Week in Readings: Want 50, dollars to make a graphic novel? Community is something you make Thursday Comics Hangover: True colors Your Week in Readings: Rolling the dice for charisma Nothing messes with sci-fi like living in the future Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from May 24th - May 30th Authors don't need to know that you hate their book Literary Event of the Week: Loud Mouth Lit Putting on a Shakespeare play?
The language should be the boss. Wonder Women Your Week in Readings: Here's a list of good literary causes that need your help Book News Roundup: Support your local comics newspaper We've got some fine comics shops in Seattle "I'm being so manipulative: Taking Exit West to one of the Northwest's famous sandwich joints Two more events to keep in mind: Lost in space Your Week in Readings: What about his career as a bestselling writer?
The best literary events from April 19th - April 25th Event of the Week: Let's remember that Alec Baldwin is terrible. Portrait Gallery is traveling this week Book News Roundup: This book smells awfully skunky The unhappiest children's books in the world Your Week in Readings: Politicians we love This year's Pulitzer Prizes were exactly right Everything you wanted to know about literary agents but was afraid to ask Now you can buy "Revenge" Grab Back Comics gives a voice to survivors of sexual assault What we did then Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from March 29th - April 4th Today in opportunities: Healthy eating with a collection of stories about Muslim women Jamaica Baldwin's extraordinary journey into poetry A sad day for Northwest poetry: Over the top Book News Roundup: Sarah Galvin at the Gramma Poetry party Finally, a way to support independent bookstores while listening to audiobooks!
I wrote the book hoping to fend it off, and I believe it will be fended off Villains are not anti-heroes Amazon drastically cuts payments to affiliates Your Week in Readings: Can you top this? With today's special guest stars, Walt Whitman and L. Ron Hubbard Your Week in Readings: Thick as Thieves hits the streets Say it ain't so, Elissa Washuta! Get a publishing job, help Standing Rock, and ruin your Mr.
Product of the 80s Book News Roundup: The librarians strike back Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from February 8th - February 14th Five books from Seattle-area authors to look out for this spring Literary Event of the Week: James Baldwin's brilliance and heartbreak Another way to make an impact For decades, Mark Mouser gave authors a second shot at greatness Amazon employees internally fight to stop Amazon from buying ads on Breitbart.
Have you read Sherman Alexie's viral poem about passports? The soul of Snagglepuss Today's must read: Special fall-of-the-bestseller-list edition They don't even know how to use bookshelves correctly The New York Times Bestseller list is getting downsized Thursday Comics Hangover: You blew it all up! Our dystopian president Your Week in Readings: Jon Raymond reads Freebird at University Book Store Republican Study Committee proposes cutting all federal funding to libraries and the arts Publisher issues unsatisfying letter to justify publishing a book by Milo Yiannopoulos Talking with Elisa Chavez about "Revenge," shitty men, and art in the age of Trump Today is the day we start taking the country back We just made our late-night TV debut Book News Roundup: Snow day "I like reading books.
Your Complete Guide to Seattle Events in 2018
The best literary events from January 18th - January 24th Get your copies of Resist! Bushwick Book Club and Seattle7Writers at Town Hall Here is a movie to remind you why you love reading and writing "Sometimes you read fiction just because you want to be someplace else. Of Whoppers and romance Thursday Comics Hangover: Are you a Batman person or a Superman person? The death of Seattle media edition Thursday Comics Hangover: Go buy some comics It's your last day to donate a book to prisoners through Open Books Journey to the heart of the ultimate mean girl Simon and Schuster gives a quarter million dollars to white supremacist troll Thursday Comics Hangover: Vote for more superhero comics like this Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from December 28th - January 3rd Choosing a pope is messy, human work A Bookseller's Holiday: The best literary events from December 21st - December 27th What you need to do for literary Seattle in And the next Seattle Reads title is Seattle booksellers get bonuses, Penguin Random House employees get the shaft Another book that wasn't prepared for a Trump victory A Bookseller's Holiday: Two journeys to the heart of ancient Rome Lunch Date: A kids' book about not taking no for an answer Book News Roundup: Four books you should really look into Thursday Comics Hangover: The dead mammal Fantagraphics Books to publish superhero comics?!??!
The best literary events from November 16th - November 22nd New Amazon ad is probably pretty inspiring, though I wouldn't know Literary Event of the Week: An international publishing partnership, a Lannan Fellowship, and BlackLivesMatter A post-election thought experiment, in four steps Talking with Mary Thompson, one of Elliott Bay Book Company's newest employees Megyn Kelly, in new book, insinuates that someone might have tried to poison her Thursday Comics Hangover: Doctor Strange could be a little more strange Book News Roundup: Ask us about our feminist agenda Talking with Ebo Barton about representing Seattle, the divide between spoken word and written poetry, and three poets you should know What you missed at Lit Crawl while you were busy attending Lit Crawl The Seattle Review of Books is coming to you on Friday night Brad Pitt or Matt Dillon?
Michelle Tea has opinions Book News Roundup: Subscribe to Moss, get book club advice, and prepare for the dark and gritty funny papers Thursday Comics Hangover: The city gone by Your Week in Readings: Is Amazon getting into the convenience store business? Man facing charges for asking questions at a library Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from September 28th - October 4th Event of the Week: Doom, again Your Week in Readings: The publishing industry is changing too slowly Help make Seattle's literary scene more diverse and inclusionary The Help Desk has strep throat Book News Roundup: Open Books reopens this Saturday!
The best literary events from September 14th - September 20th Event of the Week: The latest children's book controversy is a doozy Your Week in Readings: Celebrate the literary arts at Bumbershoot Book News Roundup: How to talk to a woman reading a book You don't have to buy audio books from giant online retailers Give to Louisiana libraries if you can The Vice paradox: How do you attract mass audiences while pretending you're cooler than everyone else?
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The Bedrock of our society I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by TV episode recaps Truman Capote for sale Your Week in Readings: Nevertold Casket Company Reading 1 Are readers of literary fiction more empathetic than readers of commercial fiction? Times The first selection of the Seattle Seahawks book club is Why does Seattle have so many great authors for children? Money is power Book News Roundup: Bringing authors to kids To the world's shame, Turkey's government shuts down presses Thursday Comics Hangover: Donald Trump's reading list is as small as his hands " Did Hemingway keep guinea pigs?
Book keeping Thursday Comics Hangover: Anybody need ten thousand dollars? The best literary events from July 6th - 12th Literary Event of the Week: Where will Amazon open their next bookstore? Here's the best summer reading list you'll see this summer.
The third Panther Book News Roundup: Diversity and white supremacy in literature Your Week in Readings: How to tell a story using this one weird trick Meet the matchmakers Bookselling ain't easy You Brexit, you botched it Thursday Comics Hangover: Happy Family with Maria Semple "And love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love" "Facebook is predicting the end of the written word on its platform.
Seattle Public Library visits down To open a bookstore, you have to leave room to grow Against blurbs and for endorsements Gawker files for bankruptcy Book News Roundup: Neal Stephenson is going to the movies Thursday Comics Hangover: The best literary events from June 8th - June 14th Event of the Week: The best literary events from June 1st - June 7th Event of the Week: Don't freak out over superhero comics Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from May 25th - May 31st Event of the Week: Sherman Alexie's six favorite books about identity Fantagraphics responds to questions about creator involvement in Comixology Unlimited program Maybe don't sign on to the "Netflix of Comics" just yet, okay?
William Gibson comes to comics Talking with Lindy West about fantasy novels, deadlines, and why Seattle is her home Class action lawsuit filed against Emerald City Comicon for not paying its volunteers Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from May 18 - May 24 Event of the Week: A conversation about disability and the arts is happening this afternoon The Help Desk: Caking your claim Katherine Dunn, How much does an "e" cost?
The best literary events from May 11 - May 17 Event of the Week: A new reading series, a contest for young writers, and the end of Bookslut Thursday Comics Hangover: The best literary events from May 4 - May 10 Event of the Week: The best literary events from April 27 - May 3 Event of the Week: The hammock where this site is written Lunch Date: Welcome to Seattle, Simon Hanselmann!
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Mini comics, big love Library stunner The Bible is not Tennessee's official state book Emerald City Comicon was a hit with fans and professionals, but Poet wins Twitter, literature needs diversity, and a self-hating book critic Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from April 6th - 12th Tennessee to name an official state book Open Books owner John Marshall is in the "closing stages" of selling the shop to a new owner The Joyce Maynard reading at Folio tonight has been canceled Thursday Comics Hangover: The Superman trick Jonathan Franzen to appear on Jeopardy!
How do you say "longlist" in Urdu? The Best Literary Events from March 30th - April 5th Book reviewer predictably upset at author's big advance A pair of great opportunities If you must buy books online, do it this way Book News Roundup: Dick Award at Norwescon What are the kids reading? Who wouldn't read a Prince memoir?
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Bookslut publisher comes to town Thursday Comics Hangover: Love at first sight Another case against e-books The end of youth or the beginning of old age Your Week in Readings: What does Nancy Pearl's ice cream taste like? Give the people what they want: Doctor's orders Trying to make a splash as a librarian? A Note to Our Readers: Announcing a neat new partnership Your Week in Readings: