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Writing Circle/Write-In

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  • Date: May 10
  • Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm PT
  • Location: Zoom: Salon

Write Time for Teens

Write Time for Teens is a free drop-in writing circle for creative writing teens ages 13-19. We welcome young writers to explore a variety of writing genres and techniques, flex and perfect their skills, and celebrate their work in community with their fellow artists! All sessions are facilitated by a published writer and experienced youth educator.

 

Virtual Write Time sessions occur on two Wednesdays per month from 5:00-6:00 pm PT on Zoom throughout the school year. Please note that this is a program for TEENS ONLY! Because this program involves youth, we require that all participants who join via Zoom start the hour with their cameras on so that Hugo House instructors can verify the identity of attendees. If you don’t verify your identity when asked by the instructor, we reserve the right to remove you from the Zoom meeting. 

 

Please include accommodation requests upon registration at least 72 hours in advance. If you have questions, please email youth@hugohouse.org. 

Interested in joining us in-person? In-person Write Time sessions take place on the first or second Saturday of the month from 1:00-2:00 pm PT at Hugo House throughout the school year. Snacks are provided.

Cassidy Dyce

Cassidy Dyce

She/Her

Cassidy Dyce is a writer currently living in Seattle, Washington. After graduating from Christopher Newport University with a BA degree in English, she worked as the writer's assistant for Kwame Alexander, Author, and Recipient of the Newbery Medal. Her work is featured in NPR's Morning Edition and ABC's miniseries, WordPlay. In her first year of moving to Seattle, Cassidy was accepted into the Hugo House Fellowship Program, where she completed the first draft of her WIP Caricatures. Recently, she joined Seattle Arts and Lecture's Writers-in-Schools (WITS) residency, where she has the privilege to venture into Public Schools and partner with Teachers to reintroduce the love of literature and creative writing to students. Her graphic novel series, Brainstormers, Co-authored with Kwame Alexander, will hit shelves in 2025.