Writing Black at The House
Writing Black at The House has four simple goals: to create; to connect; to share; to empower. This writing group offers Black writers a dedicated space and time to hone their craft and expand their writing community.
First hour (5:30-6:30): Cassidy (the instructor) will be leading a generative writing session using prompts.
Second hour (6:30-7:30): The floor opens up. Folks are encouraged to engage with each other and their work. Make new connections, network, get out there!
Writing Black at The House is for Black writers at every stage of their creative journey to connect in a supportive, encouraging space.
Tickets are offered with sliding scale pricing, from $0-$25. Revenue from ticket sales directly supports Hugo House’s mission to provide space for all to read words, hear words, and make their own words better. We encourage you to pick a ticket price that is right for you.The House bar will be open to serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
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.