Frances McCue is a poet, reviewer, and essayist living in Seattle. From 1996 to 2006, she was the founding director of Richard Hugo House, the literary arts center there. Her book The Stenographer’s Breakfast was published by Beacon Press. Starting in the fall of 2006, she will be the writer in residence in the honors program at the University of Washington, while also working on a manuscript called Chasing Richard Hugo.
Articles By FRANCES MCCUE
- Self-Hatred Can Be Funny
At a reading on a former military base, Lynn Emanuel takes the stage.