Richard Hugo House
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Richard Hugo House information
Established in honor of famed Northwest poet Richard Hugo, and the nexus of Seattle’s literary community, the Hugo House hosts readings, classes and workshops, as well as offering various events around town. Writers-in-residence keep office hours during which they’re available for free consultations about writing projects.
The community will be temporarily housed in the Frye Art Museum from 2016 to 2018 while its Capitol Hill HQ is redeveloped.