“McCue’s poems call the gone world back into being… embracing our violent erasures, until, black and blanked, the few survivity words take root, forming the seeds of a new life, the sound of a new music.”

Charles D’Ambrosio, author of Loitering


Exploring the torque between temperament and terrain in the PNW and beyond.


Frances McCue reflects on poetry, the Hugo House, and Seattle’s CHOP


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Frances McCue with Cary Moon: The Importance of Artistic Voices in Urban Planning

Hugo House Documentary honors Seattle’s historical literary space


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