Greetings From Hedgebrook

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Writers from the Whidbey Island residency (Allison Green, Frances McCue, Felicia Gonzalez, and Anne Liu Kellor) present their work. Hosted by Katie Woodzick.

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About the Writers
Felicia Gonzalez was born in Cuba. She believes that language and the act of speaking are not only physical but also have a geographic presence. She is an alumna of the Hedgebrook Writers Retreat and curator of the 2014 Jack Straw Writers Program, and her writing has received numerous awards including an Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission Fellowship. A poet and short fiction writer, she was awarded an individual artists grant from the Office of Arts and Culture, City of Seattle to produce the chapbook Recollection Graffiti. Felicia is currently working on a novel in stories entitled Swimming in Mercury, exploring identify and culture. She serves on the board of 4Culture and Clarion West.

Allison Green is the author of a memoir, The Ghosts Who Travel with Me (Ooligan) and a novel, Half-Moon Scar (St. Martin’s). Her essays, stories, and poems have appeared in publications such as the Gettysburg Review, ZYZZYVA, Calyx, Willow Springs, Raven Chronicles, and Yes! Magazine. She lives and teaches writing in Seattle.

Anne Liu Kellor is a mother, writer, and teacher of creative nonfiction. Her essays have appeared in publications such as the anthology Waking Up American: Coming of Age Biculturally (Seal Press), The Los Angeles Review, Vela, Raven Chronicles, Literary Mama, Blue Lyra Review, and Duende. Anne is a Hedgebrook alum, a Jack Straw writer, and a 4Culture grant recipient. She holds an MFA from Antioch University-Los Angeles and is seeking publication of her memoir, SEARCHING FOR THE HEART RADICAL, which follows her quest for language, love, and belonging as she migrated between China, Tibet, and America during her twenties. To learn more about Anne’s work, please visit:

Frances McCue is a poet, essayist, reviewer and arts instigator. Currently, she is a Senior Lecturer in UW’s English Department and the Writer in Residence in the University Honors Program where she was the 2013 “Teacher of Distinction.” As a public scholar and arts instigator, McCue has spent her career connecting academic inquiries with community life. From 1996 to 2006, McCue was the founding director of Hugo House. Her second poetry collection, The Bled, published by Factory Hollow Press, won the Washington State Book Award in 2011. Her book of essays about Richard Hugo and Northwest towns, The Car That Brought You Here Still Runs, was a runner-up for the book award in the same year. Frances is also the author of The Stenographer’s Breakfast and her most recent book, Mary Randlett Portraits, was released in September.
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