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.
Welcome to Hugo House’s New Instructor Speed Dating—a thrilling new way to introduce our groovy gang of first-time instructors to our community! We invited the teachers to respond to our
Writing may be a solitary activity, but your writing life needn’t be! Enter the writing group, which is quite simply a group of writers that meets to do writerly things.
Happy New Year from all of us at Hugo House! As we turn the page on another year of growth and learning, we are excited to celebrate a very
Toward the end of his recent book, Image Control: Art, Fascism, and the Right to Resist, Patrick Nathan offers a robust defense of the art of criticism. Here, despite the