Seattle University Search for Meaning Book Festival
901 12th Avenue
PO Box 222000
About the Festival
The Search for Meaning Book Festival has evolved into a signature Seattle University event. Launched in 2009, the festival feature's a veritable who's who of the literary and scholarly worlds, with best-selling authors of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and more descending on campus for a day of readings, keynote addresses and book signings. This year, more than 40+ authors will be on hand to share their latest works with festival-goers.
The Search for Meaning Book Festival is a free public event open to the campus and greater community. The festival is Saturday, February 15 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m on the Seattle University campus. We count on over 200 volunteers to make this event possible! To register to volunteer visit www.seattleu.edu/searchformeaning/volunteer
Volunteers receive entry to the festival, a meal voucher, free parking, and other amenities.
Who's Who of the Literary World
The Search for Meaning Book Festival has brought a distinguished list of authors to campus, from New York Times best-sellers to a Pulitzer Prize winner. Past guests include Mary Oliver, James Martin, S.J., Michael Chabon, Sherman Alexie and Anne Lamott.