Write with Hugo House is a free drop-in writing circle for all ages and genres of writing.
Looking for ongoing inspiration, feedback, and ways to connect with other writers? Attend free drop-in writing circles facilitated by established local writers from Hugo House! Bring something you’re working on, or just come ready to write. You will have the opportunity to share your work and get feedback—but only if you want to (no pressure). You can also use this time to increase productivity on your current work in progress, surrounded by fellow writers.
Presented in partnership with The Seattle Public Library and Seattle Writes.
All March Write With Hugo House meetings have been cancelled due to coronavirus concerns.
All meetings are held from 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Columbia Branch with Brett Hamil
4721 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
2020: January 13 | February 10 | April 13 | May 11 | June 8 | July 13 | August 10 | September 14 | October 12 | November 9 | December 14
Brett Hamil is a columnist and cartoonist for City Arts Magazine and editor of EncoreArtsSeattle.com. He’s a nationally touring standup comic and filmmaker whose sketches and political commentary videos have received hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube. He hosts a local political comedy talk show, The Seattle Process with Brett Hamil, at Northwest Film Forum. He lives on Beacon Hill with his wife and two weird-looking dogs.
West Seattle Branch with Jeanine Walker
2306 42nd Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
2020: January 8 | February 12 | April 8 | May 13 | June 10 | July 8 | August 12 | September 9 | October 14 | November 12 | December 9
Jeanine Walker was a 2015 Jack Straw Writer and has published poems in Cimarron Review, Narrative, Pleiades, and Web Conjunctions. She holds a Ph.D. in Creative Writing from the University of Houston and teaches for Writers in the Schools.
Fremont Branch with Alma García
731 N 35th St, Seattle, WA 98103
2020: January 21 | February 18 | April 21 | May 19 | June 16 | July 21 | August 18 | September 15 | October 20 | November 17 | December 15
Alma García’s short fiction has appeared in Narrative Magazine, Kweli Journal, and Bluestem, among others. She holds an MFA from the University of Arizona and has received numerous writing awards. Her novel is currently under consideration at several publishing houses.