What do folk stories and myths teach us about human truths? How do people, particularly marginalized and oppressed peoples, utilize folklore and mythology as tools of resilience, community, and grief?
Welcome Seattle-based playwright, theatre artist, and writing instructor, Miriam Tobin, joining us this fall with her upcoming class on October 21, Basics of Playwriting for Writers of All Genres. It’s
Fall quarter at Hugo House is just around the corner! Welcome Cara Stoddard joining us this quarter with their class perfect for those creatives celebrating autumn’s arrival, Keeping a Phenology
We’re so fortunate to have such a talented group of working writers in our teaching cohort! Check out these recently published and upcoming books from some of our incredible Hugo
Meet instructor Gina Siciliano joining us this fall with her upcoming workshop, Words & Pictures: An Intro to Comics. At Hugo House, we celebrate all forms of storytelling, and appreciate
It’s almost fall, y’all! Hugo House is delighted to introduce our wonderful new instructors joining us this season. Kicking off our autumnal teacher features, we chatted with Greta Kline, a.k.a.
With August waning, fall quarter is just on the horizon—which means the start of our next academic year! To kick things off, we chatted with Writer in Residence Joyce Chen
We’re so fortunate that both of our fabulous 2022-23 Writers in Residence have chosen to return to work with our org and Fellows cohort another year. With one year under
Hugo House is excited to announce the 2023-24 Hugo Fellows! With this writing fellowship, Hugo House aims to be an incubator for the next great writers, and provide space and
The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the grills are a’grilling. With registration starting next week, summer has officially arrived at Hugo House. This quarter, we welcome new