August, 2016

Porcelain Magic by Janka Hobbs | Kirkland Arts Center Claygraphy Writing Contest Winner

Posted Tue, 8/30/2016 - 11:42am by  |  Category:

We recently partnered with Kirkland Arts Center to present Claygraphy, a free two-part workshop, in conjunction with their gallery exhibition Clay? VI, which closes September 10. In the first part of the class, attendees were guided through the process of…

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A Chip Off the Old Block: E. Lockhart Talks Seattle, Young Adult Fiction, and Expressing the Inside of Her Own Head

Posted Mon, 8/29/2016 - 8:00am by  |  Category:

It’s easy (if inaccurate) to assume “young adult” is, quite literally, kids’ stuff; that as good as Harry Potter and The Fault in Our Stars may be, they’re not, you know, “real” literature. How wrong we are. Author E. Lockhart’s…

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From Scribe to Made at Hugo House Fellow: Raye Stoeve on their upcoming fellowship

Posted Mon, 8/22/2016 - 11:39am by  |  Category:

We recently announced a new cohort of Made at Hugo House fellows. Made at Hugo House is a yearlong fellowship in which emerging writers complete a proposed writing project with guidance and support from Hugo House. The Made fellows are…

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Announcing Our New Prose Writer-In-Residence and Made Fellows

Posted Fri, 8/12/2016 - 5:16pm by  |  Category:

Writer-In-Residence We are pleased to announce our new prose writer-in-residence for 2016–2017: Sonora Jha. Sonora is a professor of journalism and media studies at Seattle University and author of the novel Foreign (Random House India). As writer-in-residence, Sonora will receive…

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How to Write 13 Articles a Week by Nicole Dieker

Posted Mon, 8/01/2016 - 9:52am by  |  Category:

This is the Hugo House “How-To” series, where Hugo House teachers share tips related to the writing life. This week’s post comes from writer and editor Nicole Dieker. Her class, Writing for the Internet, is a one-day intensive on Saturday,…

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