lit start

September 29, 2017

Do you know a person age 16-24 who is considering a literary career? Literary Career Day takes place on Saturday, October 7, 2017, at The Seattle Central Library from 11:00am–4:00pm. This free event provides attendees with direct access to industry professionals through networking, experiential learning, engaging conversations, and performances. Participants are exposed to a wide range of career opportunities, including writing, editing, publishing, arts administration, retail, library sciences, journalism, teaching, and more.

Literary Career Day is produced in partnership with One Reel, Seattle Public Library, Seattle Office of Film and Music, and Seattle Office of Arts and Culture.

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bridge tales

June 23, 2016

Elissa Washuta

Back in January, we posted the call for applications for a writer-in-residence at the Fremont Bridge. The writer selected for the position is Elissa Washuta. Learn more about the writer and the residency in this week’s “Q&A: Essayist Elissa Washuta on being the Fremont Bridge’s first writer-in-residence, another recent award and her upcoming book” from UWToday.

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poetry outside

March 29, 2014

Arne Pihl - all rise

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture has announced the installation of a new series of temporary poems/artworks/performances by Arne Pihl: ALL RISE. Installed on the site of Seattle City Light’s future Denny Substation, All Rise starts at Denny Way and Pontius and will remain in place into spring 2015. Look for it when you’re in Seattle and read more about the project from the Office of Arts & Culture.

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