The Search for Meaning Book Festival has evolved into a signature Seattle University event. Launched in 2009, the festival features a veritable who's who of the literary and scholarly worlds, with over 40 best-selling authors of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and more. The annual one-day festival offers general sessions, keynote presentations, book signings, and interactive experiences. Individuals from all walks of life spend a day with some of the world's most influential authors and scholars while reflecting on their own ability to contribute to a more just and humane world.
Seattle University is situated in Seattle's urban hub, while on the edge of the most diversely populated zip code in the nation. The Search for Meaning Book Festival uniquely embodies Seattle University's core values of justice, diversity and spirituality. With over 7,400 students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within eight schools and colleges, the university ranks #6 among 121 regional universities in the West. Seattle University is dedicated to educating the whole person, to professional formation, and to empowering leaders for a just and humane world.
The Search for Meaning Book Festival is a free public event open to the campus and greater community. The festival is Saturday, February 28 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m on the Seattle University campus. A ticket is required for entry. Get yours HERE.
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.
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