The Raven Chronicles is a 501(c)(3) Seattle-based nonprofit literary arts organization, founded in 1991. Our mission is to publish and promote artistic work that embodies the cultural diversity and multitude of viewpoints of writers and artists living in the Pacific Northwest and other regions. We publish 2 issues / magazines each year and produce readings and community events. In 2015, we established Raven Chronicles Press to publish future Raven books and anthologies.
How Artists/Writers Rule the Information Economy. A Conversation with Matt Briggs and Paul Hunter.
Exploring some of the latest hitches and tricks of the trade in our contemporary tech-driven economy. What does a life in the literary arts look like? What does it entail? What are the drawbacks and rewards, what are the duties and obligations of a person of letters? How has a life in the literary arts been changing since social media and the internet have appeared? Does an education matter for a life in the literary arts, and if so, what kind of education?
Poets (speak out) Against Hate: 60 poets read on February 13, 2016, Saturday, 2-5 p.m., at The Seattle Public Library’s Central Library. 1000 Fourth Avenue. They are reading one (1) poem, 1-2 minutes max. Readings in English, Spanish, Urdu, Arabic and Russian. The reading is “family friendly” and kids of all ages are invited. This community event is co-sponsored by: The Seattle Public Library, It’s About Time Writers, Raven Chronicles, 4Culture, Jack Straw Cultural Center, and the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture.