4/15: Marissa Meyer, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Author

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Young adult author Marissa Meyer spins tales of cyborgs and space kittens, heroes and villains, from the world of traditional fairy tales and children’s literature.

Interview begins at 7:52.


  • Gov. Inslee has signed three emergency proclamations:
    • The first waives the one-year limit for convicted individuals to raise post-conviction challenges. It also suspends the statute of limitations on filing charges for all crimes.
    • The second proclamation has waived and suspended some statutory limitations that apply to commercial truck drivers, in order to support the continued flow and delivery of essential goods and services.
    • The third proclamation protects federal stimulus money from consumer debt collections.
    • Links to all the proclamations can be found by going to governor.wa.gov and clicking on the “News and Media” tab.


  • San Juan County Officials are directing all non-essential travelers to postpone travel to the Islands through at least May 4th, including anyone whose primary home is somewhere other than the San Juan Islands.
    • Lodgings are not open to vacationers, parks are closed, ferry riders must remain in cars for the duration of any transit, anyone returning from the mainland must quarantine for 14 days, and boaters may neither anchor nor pick up mooring buoys in the San Juans.
  • All King County parks and associated parking lots continue to be closed through at least May 4. Parked vehicles are actively being towed from lots.


  • The Washington Attorney General’s office has ordered managers the “Boulders at Puget Sound” apartment complex to cease and desist distribution of eviction notices, rescind such notices, and notify residents that management will comply with the eviction moratorium.
  • Landlords who try to kick out tenants in violation of the evictions moratorium, or who try to add late penalties on rent before April 17th, may be reported using the online “report evictions” form found at coronavirus.wa.gov in the blue box at the top, or by calling the state attorney general’s office at (253) 593-5243.