HUGO LITERARY SERIES with TÉA OBREHT at Fred Wildlife Refuge

 

Presented by HUGO HOUSE. The Hugo Lit Series this evening offers brand-new work on the theme, ‘Good artists copy; Great artists steal,’ meaning those here will likely be doing their best to lift what they do from some other work. Téa Obreht’s extraordinary novel, The Tiger’s Wife, won the 2011 Orange Prize. Eduardo C. Corral is a Yale Younger Poet Prize selection, the author of Slow Lightning. Seattle poet Quenton Taylor has a much-anticipated first collection, This Glittering Republic, coming from Willow Books in 2017. Tickets ($25/House House members $20/Students $10) and more information at www.hugohouse.org. Fred Wildlife Refuge is at 128 Belmont Avenue East.

Location: 
Fred Wildlife Refuge
127 Boylston Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102
Date: 
Friday, October 14, 2016 - 7:30pm