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Raven Chronicles, a Seattle-based literary magazine and organization, began in 1991, when Kathleen Alcalá and Philip H. Red Eagle guest-edited several King County Arts Commission Newsletters. They recognized the lack of diverse, multicultural writing being published in Seattle and the Northwest region in general. The result of this collaboration has been a magazine that strives to reflect several sides of each topic, like a many-faceted bauble held up to the light by Raven.



We produce finely designed, relevant books, donate books and services and host free readings and community events. Through these activities we seek to produce and disseminate literature that can make a difference in our lives and in the lives of future generations. To this end, Raven Chronicles Press will publish the work of traditional storytellers, along with experimental work in emerging forms of art and literature.
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The Raven Chronicles, a Seattle-based literary magazine and organization, began in 1991, when Kathleen Alcalá and Philip H. Red Eagle guest-edited several King County Arts Commission Newsletters. They recognized the lack of diverse, multicultural writing being published in Seattle and the Northwest region in general. Phil knew Phoebe Bosché through Red Sky Poetry Theatre, where she edited SkyViews and other Red Sky Press Publications, and asked her to join in this new endeavor. She has served as Managing Editor ever since. The result of this collaboration has been a magazine that strives to reflect several sides of each topic, like a many-faceted bauble held up to the light by Raven.

We chose the name Raven because—as we learned from Upper Skagit storyteller Vi Hilbert (now deceased)—in northern Northwest Coast mythology, Raven is a powerful figure who transforms the world, by accident or on purpose. He is also a trickster, a shape-shifter who is mischievous, often selfish, but brings light to the world. We added Chronicles because the magazine is a record of time and events passing and changing, chronos, and us with it.

Mailing Address: 15528 12th Ave. NE, Shoreline, WA 98155