With the help of excellent teachers and gifted book-making professionals, we publish select student work created in the Bureau of Fearless Ideas workshops and during our publishing projects. Our anthologies are on sale in our store and online. We also have an online literary journal. All proceeds from the sale of books (and space travel supplies) go to fund our programs.
HAVING THEM HERE: Family Portraits
Our second anthology of work produced by Hamilton International Middle School students explores the theme of family.
$8 paperback. Published by 826 Seattle, June, 2008
Happiness? An 826 Seattle Comic Book
This inventive anthology of comics by middle and high school students is the result of a series of comics writing workshops taught by local artists David Lasky and Jessixa Bagley.
$8.26 paperback. Published by 826 Seattle, June, 2008
It’s Supposed to be About Happiness (With Audio CD) With a foreword by John Moe
Our final collaboration with John Marshall Alternative High School, which closed its doors in June of this year, is a poignant collection of stories on the theme of “happiness,” which are often far from happy.
$14 paperback. Published by 826 Seattle, May, 2008
This One Time: Writing and Sharing Memories That Matter
Our first of two anthologies this year with the students at Hamilton International Middle School. For the last five months, 826 Seattle volunteers and staff have been working with the teachers and students at Hamilton to get these stories on paper and the results are hilarious, heartbreaking and inspiring.
$8.00 paperback. Published by 826 Seattle, January, 2008
826 Seattle Writes the Rain: Stories About Humans, Mythical Creatures, and Jelly Doughnuts
Complied from summer workshops and our writing contest from last year, these stories are a little slice of the Pacific Northwest as seen through the eyes of 826 Seattle students.
$10.00 paperback. Published by 826 Seattle, December, 2007
Family Portraits: An 826 Seattle Comic Book
Seattle comic book artist David Lasky taught a comics class in the spring of 2007 to a group of 12 to 17 year olds and the results are simply spectacular. Eleven students are published in this collection of comics about family.
$8.26 paperback. Published by 826 Seattle, June 2007
Burning the Past (with audio CD) With a foreword by Charles Mudede
The students of John Marshall Alternative School, 47 of them to be exact, are published in this anthology on the topic of change. The audio CD features some of the students reading their work. An 826 Seattle publishing project, February-May 2007.
$14 paperback/audio CD. Published by 826 Seattle, June 2007