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Lit Crawl Seattle says
On display: Artist Tessa Hulls’ ink drawings of tchotchkes, talismans, and other unique quirks that help this year’s Lit Crawl readers craft their prose, poems, and art.

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About the Artist
Tessa Hulls is an artist/writer/adventurer who is fascinated by the tension between culture and wildness. She grew up in a very small (really: 350 people small) town and spent her formative years climbing interesting trees and reading her way through the public library. She is defined by her love of solitude and forward motion, and she lives a semi-nomadic seasonal lifestyle that allows her to conduct creative field research in exceedingly remote places. When in Seattle, she splits her time between serving as the editor of The Project Room and writing narrative vignettes about the hopes, dreams, longings and fears of Honeybucket portable toilets.
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