We're doubly grateful to Elizabeth C. Fowler, who's sponsoring for the second time this week. Fowler is a local writer, now, but she grew up in Australia as a Hungarian refugee. Her experience reflects the challenges of historic discrimination and is, as she says, "a most relevant topic today." How she got from there to here — and grew from a lonely young girl into a talented physician with a passionate love for music and nature — is a story worth reading. Reviewers have called Lonely Refugee an "impressive debut" that "strikes a universal chord." Try a sample on our sponsor feature page, provided just for Seattle Review of Books readers.
Sponsors like Elizabeth Fowler make the Seattle Review of Books possible. Did you know you could sponsor us, as well? There are only four slots remaining in 2018, so move quickly to get your stories, or novel, or event in front of our passionate audience. Take a glance at our sponsorship information page for dates and details.