Let that consciousness stream.

What: The last fourth Tuesday of every month, Hugo House holds a writing happy hour, Write Out, when anyone can work on their craft for two hours—with the help of booze at happy hour prices and a writing prompt by a local scribe. The prompt is for inspiration, but if you have your own, that’s also allowed.

Who: This month’s happy hour writer-in-residence is the crazy-talented novelist Stacey Levine, a Pushcart Prize nominee and Washington State Book Award finalist for her second novel Frances Johnson.

When: Soon. 6-8pm TONIGHT, February 22, at Richard Hugo House (1634 11th Ave).

Why: Because sometimes it’s nice to be surrounded by people like you, suffering together in silence over a dangling modifier.

See you there.

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