Pacific Northwest Beach Reads

There’s nothing wrong with a fluffy bit of literary escapism. But with an ever-waning number of sunny days ahead, in a season that’s already running late, we’re feeling the pressure to make our sand-filled page turning more meaningful. Enter the Pacific Northwest beach read: Much like our rugged coastline, these books aren’t all straightforward, balmy fun. They’ll keep your brain moving through the warmer months—no book report required.

Being Seen by Elsa Sjunneson

Frank, sharp, and necessary, this work is part memoir, part cultural criticism, and part history of the Deafblind experience. At times an intentionally uncomfortable call to action, Deafblind author and professor Sjunneson sheds

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