For newcomers and Seattle natives alike, Skid Road should be required reading. First published in 1951 and written by Murray Morgan, the book, “an informal portrait of Seattle,” tells the city’s story through witty character studies. In March, the University of Washington press re-released Morgan’s Skid Road, with a new introduction from longtime local journalist Mary Ann Gwinn.
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