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You’ll love Tacoma

February 17th, 2014 | by Style Staff

A story, a dance, a dame, and some attitude. This Valentine’s Day saw us marching through the city to find

Tacoma’s Crowdsourced Fairytales

March 20th, 2013 | by Michael Fitzgerald

What story would you tell, if you were asked to create a fairy tale? Volunteers from write@253 and local kids and adults had fun answering that question at the book release for Scarlet, by Tacoma author Marissa Meyer

Red Letter Day:Marissa Meyer Debuts New Novel ‘Scarlet’

January 30th, 2013 | by Katy Evans

Marissa Meyer may be driven by humor and just a bit of genre pulp, but she pairs the light with the dark. She doesn’t sidestep exploring how grief and instinct can impact a character and their choices. In 'Cinder' and now in 'Scarlet,' Meyer makes the more difficult choices with great rewards for us, the readers

Daring Imaginarist Marissa Meyer

March 30th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

As we collectively reel, in thrall to our nation's rampant "Hunger Games" obsession, it’s exciting to uncover that Suzanne Collins isn’t the only author creating captivating, intrepid young female characters struggling to survive in dangerous dystopias. In fact, Tacoma can claim one such writerly talent as one of its own. Meet Marissa Meyer, author of "Cinder: Book One in the Lunar Chronicles."

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