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Frances McCue

Frances McCue is a literary activist who was the founding director of Richard Hugo House in Seattle for its first decade, and is now the co-founder and founding editor of Pulley Press, a new venture to celebrate poets from rural America. She has written six books: two of prose and four of poetry, from Beacon Press, the University of Washington Press and Factory Hollow Press. She is non-Native, and a teaching professor at the University of Washington.