Sharyn Skeeter

Sharyn Skeeter

Sharyn Skeeter was fiction/poetry/book review editor at Essence and editor-in-chief at Black Elegance magazine. She’s taught at Emerson College, University of Bridgeport, Fairfield University, and elsewhere in the Northeast. She participated in panel discussions and

Georgia S. McDade

Georgia Mcdade

Georgia S. McDade, PhD, is a retired English professor who spent most of her career teaching at Tacoma Community College but also taught at Seattle Community College, University of Washington,

Elise Holschuh

Elise Holschuh

Elise Holschuh built her career in general management and marketing, working in product management and marketing strategy for General Mills, US Communications, and Foote, Cone and Belding. Her nonprofit experience has

Greta Hotopp

Greta Hotopp

Greta Hotopp specializes in financial leadership through critical inflection points, including the UW School of Law, a civic software start-up, and a Microsoft-embedded tech group, helping clients with expertise in capital

Dottie Hall

Dottie Hall

Dottie Hall is an aspiring writer who has benefited from multiple Hugo House courses. With her husband JJ Leary, she has co-authored a cookbook, Cooking with Your Snooks, to share the joy

Lynn Grant

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Lynn Grant is a writer who lives on Capitol Hill. She works as a developmental editor.

Daniel Glasser

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Daniel Glasser is a writer and satirist who has been an active member of Hugo House since 2015. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, his passion for writing has been

Mary Jo Newhouse

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Mary Jo Newhouse is a long-time resident of Montlake. She spent her career practicing law in Seattle, primarily focusing on health care. Prior to law school, she worked as a

Tim Shea

Tim Shea

Tim Shea was born and raised in Montana and graduated from Montana State University as an accidental chemical engineer. Accidental because after six years and three colleges, chemical engineering fit

Gary Luke

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Gary Luke held editorial and executive positions in the book publishing industry over four decades. He recently retired as the publisher at Sasquatch Books in Seattle. Gary worked as an editor