Portland native Cheryl Strayed’s memoir "Wild" chronicles her journey of self-discovery on the Pacific Crest Trail — 1,100 miles, three states, and 11 burned books later. After the death of her mother and without any training, the newly-divorced Strayed set out on the hike of a lifetime. Along the way, she met fellow travelers, found solace in novels (which she began burning to lighten her pack), and ultimately, healed herself in the process. A "New York Times" bestselling author, Strayed is also the author of "Torch" (2006), "Tiny Beautiful Things" (2012), and the popular advice column "Dear Sugar." Presented by: Presented by Seattle Arts & Lectures, as part of its Literary/Arts Series. Tickets: Full season subscriptions are on sale now here. Single ticket prices (on sale August 4) are $5 for students, $15 general seating, $35 Patron, and $50 Grand Patron. Doors open: 6:30 p.m.
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