1. Events
  2. Reading

Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

Today

All Request Live: A Reading and Conversation with Victoria Chang and Dana Levin

Join two of contemporary poetry's formal innovators as they choose each other's set lists, live on stage, and spark conversation through this process.What draws a reader to a poem? How do poems come into their forms? What brings aesthetic delight? What is it to be writing and reading poems now, in America, in the midst

Free

UW Castalia MFA Program Presents: Monthly Readings

Join Hugo House in welcoming back Castalia—University of Washington MFA program's monthly reading series featuring graduate students, faculty, and alumni. Showcasing published and unpublished drafts of work by authors from a variety of disciplines, professional backgrounds, and age demographics, Castalia offers authors a platform for community reading while putting their work in conversation with other

AWP | Page Meets Stage

Page Meets Stage, an 18-year-old poetry series with a long-time association with AWP, has been called “where the Pulitzer Prize meets the poetry slam," and was founded at the Bowery Poetry Club in New York City. Different poets—some who write primarily for the page and others who are more performance-oriented—take the stage one after another and answer

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

AWP | Write Bloody Poetry Super Showcase & Sock Hop

Join Write Bloody Publishing for an evening of poetry and dancing! The event begins with readings by Amber Flame, Courtney LeBlanc, Taylor Mali, Sheleen McElhinney, Kimberly Nguyen, and Seema Reza. Then, it's time to ditch our shoes and boogie down in our sock-clad feet!The House bar will be open to serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Admission is offered on

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

AWP | We the Indigenous: A Storytelling Celebration

Seattle is the only major city in the United States named after a native chief. It has grown from a tribal center and logging town into an international engine of economic and cultural innovation. And since 2017, a City of Literature.Storytellers have always shaped how the world sees Seattle. The Coast Salish peoples have lived

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

AWP | Rewind/Unwind Hugo Fellows Reading

It's a night of firsts and of celebration! For the first time ever, former Hugo House Fellows from both the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 cohorts will take the stage together. Hear work from local luminaries s.c. bostwick, Brian Dang, Cassidy Dyce, CR Glasgow, Marguerite Harrold, Clare Johnson, Troy Osaki, & Stephanie Segura.Hosted by former Hugo House

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

AWP | An Evening of Disability Poetry & Poetics

Zoeglossia and the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at ASU welcome the Hugo House community and AWP attendees to an evening of Disability Poetry & Poetics. With readings from Raymond Antrobus, Ilya Kaminsky, Khadijah Queen, and L. Lamar Wilson.Zoeglossia Fellows will also share brief readings and reflections, followed by a conversation with the

Get Tickets Free – $25.00