Talking about race in Seattle, through personal experience

Sponsor Lisa Richesson has an incredible story to tell in her book White Lady, Black Sons, one that explains Seattle's racist past through her direct experience. Lisa, a white woman, had two children with a black man. One, when she was a teenager, was put up for adoption.

The first chapter of the book, which you can read on our Sponsor's page, goes back even earlier to the first time she became aware of race, and just what happened in her cloistered white Catholic community when she became friends with a young black girl. It's a gripping story — read that chapter, and we think you'll agree, and want to know more.

We have only four sponsor slots left, before August. If you're a small publisher, writer, poet, or foundation that is looking to back our work, and advertise your own in an inexpensive and expressive way, take a look at our open dates. We'd love to talk to you about opportunities to sponsor us. It's our way of making internet advertising something to look forward to.