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Seattle: Yes, it rains but not as much as people think. It does stay gray here, so introversion, books and writing are a way of life for many people.
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Richard Hugo House:

If you are a writer living in the Pacific Northwest and you are unfamiliar with Richard Hugo House, please visit their Web Page. All genres, experience levels and ages are equally cared for here. The staff and volunteers will make you feel like you are Michael Ondaatje, Neil Gaiman or Margaret Atwood.

  Local Indie Bookstores!

Elliott Bay Book Company:

I wrote over half of THE SHADOW WELL in the basement Café of Elliott Bay Books at its venerable location in Pioneer Square. The vibrant Pike/Pine Neighborhood of Seattle is an excellent new home for this world-class bookstore. The staff takes special pride in finding the book you need to read. Serendipity lies on every shelf, and you can also discover Small Press books that Web searches simply won’t find.

Eagle Harbor Books

In walking distance of the Washington State Ferry dock in Winslow on Bainbridge Island. An excellent place to dodge out of the rain and look for new and used books.

Phoenix Comics

Capitol Hill's premier comic shop up on Broadway near Dick's Drive in and Cal Anderson Park. You can't get much better than that. Budget your time wisely because it's easy to spend hours in here. Pick up a copy of The Shadow Well while you're there!

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