Your Week in Readings: The best literary events from December 31st - January 6th

Wednesday, January 2: Reading Through It Book Club

The Seattle Review of Books's ongoing book club exploring Donald Trump's America continues with a discussion about Clementine Ford's feminist manifesto, Fight Like a Girl.

Third Place Books Seward Park, 5041 Wilson Ave S, 474-2200,, 7 pm, free.

Thursday, January 3: Pageboy Release Party

See our Event of the Week column for more details. Hugo House, 1634 11th Avenue, 322-7030,, 7 pm, free.

Friday, January 4: First Friday Fremont Artwalk

Join Fremont's comic shop as they celebrate another monthly artwalk event with a selection of new art and a genuinely nice, welcoming vibe. Outsider Comics and Geek Boutique, 223 N. 36th St, 535-8886,, 5 pm, free.

Saturday, January 5: A Girl Named Cricket Reading

Local author Peter Manos visits his neighborhood library to discuss A Girl Named Cricket, which is his book about a "teenage alien" who is "a refugee from a doomed planet" who tries to fit in to a typical American town. Seattle Public Library, Montlake Branch, 2401 24th Ave E, 206-684-4720, 11 am, free.