Stacey Levine

November 14, 2023

Stacey Levine is the author of five books of uniquely original voice-driven fiction. Her novel MICE 1961, a comic-dramatic exploration of two sisters’ relationship and set during the Cold War, will be published by in 2024. Levine’s short fiction collection THE GIRL WITH BROWN FUR, longlisted for The Story Prize, was also shortlisted for the Washington State […]

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Richard Gibbons

October 17, 2023

Richard Gibbons (1932-2023) was a fiction and non fiction writer and storyteller based in Seattle. He edited for newspapers and magazines, wrote articles for The New Republic and Washington Magazine, and co-wrote and illustrated a volume of folk tales called Tejocote published by Mexico’s Editorial Novaro. Dick also wrote stories for Ellery Queen and songs […]

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George R. Wolfe

September 13, 2023

George R. Wolfe is the founder of both The LaLa Times, dubbed “The Onion for L.A.,” and LA River Expeditions, a group that advocates for endangered rivers. His activist work has been featured in The New York Times, PBS, BBC, and in the documentary Rock the Boat: Saving America’s Wildest River. Wolfe’s first novel, Blake’s […]

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Kate Miller

September 13, 2023

Kate Miller’s work has been published many places, including the anthology The Persistent Desire (Alyson) and on Seattle Metro buses. She sells books at Red and Black Books and is a former resident of Hedgebrook cottages. 1997 Writers Program  

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John McFarland

September 13, 2023

John McFarland’s short fiction has appeared in a wide variety of periodicals including: Ararat, Caliban, and Seniority, and the anthologies A Loving Testimony and The Book Club Book. He has contributed arts criticism to The Seattle Weekly, Lights, and Pacific Northwest Magazine, and is author of The Exploding Frog and Other Stories from Aesop. 1997 […]

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Eula Little

September 13, 2023

Eula Little has read at various venues in Seattle, including the Fremont Fair and the SPICE series. 1997 Writers Program

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Alma Johnson

September 13, 2023

Alma Johnson’s work has been published in The Seattle Review, where it was a runner-up for the Nelson Bentley Award in 1994, and, in German, in Padagogische Rundschau. She has performed at the Writers in Performance Series sponsored by the Seattle Writers Association and received a 1997 Artist Grant from Seattle Arts Commission. 1997 Writers […]

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Amy Halloran

September 8, 2023

Amy Halloran’s work has appeared in The Stranger, Women’s Work, and BUST. One of her non-books was included in an exhibit she co-curated, This Is Not a Book at Summer Song Gallery. 1997 Writers Program

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Paul Haas

September 8, 2023

Paul Haas’s work has been published in Literal Latte. He was a local organizer of Writers Harvest, the national fundraising effort on behalf of programs to end hunger. 1997 Writers Program

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Tracie D. Hall

September 8, 2023

Tracie Hall is Executive Director of the American Library Association. She previously served as Director, Culture Program at Chicago’s Joyce Foundation. As Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) for the City of Chicago where she oversaw the Arts and Creative Industries Division which included the Visual Arts, Performing Arts, […]

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