The Seattle Public Library

Your Account | Print-Friendly

February 27, 2017

Library Collection


Header Image

Library Locator

Map of Library Locations

Subscribe to The Library's Free Podcast of Programs & Events

Author Readings & Library Events Podcasts

See the Calendar of Events & Classes for a complete list of upcoming programs. Subscribe to podcasts of author readings and other Library events:


Subscribe to our podcast using the iTunes Music Store

Subscribe to our podcast using the iTunes Music Store.

Subscribe to our podcast via other podcatchers or RSS feed site using this URL

Subscribe to our podcast via other podcatchers (such as Juice) or RSS/Podcast aggregator using this URL:


Audio Archive

2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016


Activist Poetics

The symposium Activist Poetics examines notions of activist poiesis and activist poetics to investigate the intersections between digital activism, contemporary experimental writing and performance, and new media practices. This symposium includes a public performance shaped by the engagements of our participants.

Download Audio (mp3) [file size: 37.7 MB]


Residencies Revealed: Writers and Programs Tell All

Retreat directors and writers share inside tips for applying for and attending writing residencies and retreats. Hear about what residencies offer writers. First, administrators from retreat and residency programs offer insight into the application process and answer some common questions. Then listen to local writers share from their experiences choosing, applying to, and attending residencies at regional and further-flung programs.

Download Audio (mp3) [file size: 44.1 MB]


Dr. Edwin Nichols: Ending the School-to-Prison Pipeline & Beyond

Listen to a community talk by Dr. Edwin J. Nichols, renowned organizational psychologist and groundbreaking racial justice advocate. Dr. Nichols takes a deeper look at his pioneering work on racial relations, including a deeper dive into how we can address a pressing equity issue, like the school to prison pipeline and other forms of institutional racism.

Download Audio (mp3) [file size: 49.0 MB]


Sarah Schulman discusses 'Conflict Is Not Abuse'

Listen to Sarah Schulman as she shares her recent book "Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair" in conversation with queer author/activist Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore.

Download Audio (mp3) [file size: 36.3 MB]


Audio Archive

2016 Podcasts

2015 Podcasts

2014 Podcasts

2013 Podcasts

2012 Podcasts

2011 Podcasts

2010 Podcasts

2009 Podcasts

2008 Podcasts

2007 Podcasts

2006 Podcasts