Seattle U Collaborates With Elliott Bay Books

Seattle University's Creative Writing Program is teaming up with the local bookstore on a new writing series.
By Stacy Howard
Photo Credit: Candace Shankel

Seattle University and Elliott Bay Books are joining forces to bring together established and emerging writers in a new reading series, "E2."


Susan Cumberland, Director of Creative Writing, told Seattle U's newspaper, "The Specator," she hopes students from other disciplines will attend future E2 events. "Students can help build the wish list of writers - and not just poets and fiction writers. All the genres are welcome," she said.


More information about E2 can be found in the Seattle University Spectator.

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