Individual Special Events: SAL Presents
Throughout our season, SAL and friends will present authors discussing their latest work at venues from Benaroya Hall to Town Hall to the UW's Meany Hall for the Performing Arts.
Former vice president and bestselling author Al Gore presents a frank and clear-eyed assessment of the emerging forces that are reshaping our world, offering a sober, learned, and ultimately hopeful forecast.
New York Times food writer and author (How to Cook Everything and Food Matters) who espouses healthy, low-cost meals and looking “at the links among eating too much meat, obesity, [and] global warming....”
Author of 14 novels (World’s End, The Women, forthcoming San Miguel) and 9 story collections whose writing is a “fascinating, unpredictable, alternately hilarious and terrifying fictional history of utopian longing in America.”
Award-winning author of 14 novels (Love Medicine, The Plague of Doves), short stories (The Red Convertible), poetry (Original Fire), children’s books (The Porcupine Year), and a memoir of early motherhood.
Filmmaker (The Future, Me and You and Everyone We Know), artist (Eleven Heavy Things, at the 2009 Venice Biennale), and writer (It Chooses You).