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NaNoWriMo: NaNoWriMo Seattle

National Novel Writing Month, November or NaNoWriMo is a challenge where people from all backgrounds try to write 50,000 words in a month.



Seattle NaNoWriMo

Seattle NaNoWriMo: NaNo Ducks

The National Novel Writing community in Seattle has its own unique flavor and has developed some of its own traditions over the years. The mascot that Seattle continues to use it the rubber ducky, a symbol that Seattle has often claimed and associated with its rainy day cheer and waterside landmass. Some events that continue to happen every year are the Floating Write In, a delightful boat-based writing experience on the afternoon ferry and the Kickoff Party that has often happens right here at Shoreline Community College. Click the links below to find out more about local NaNoWriMo events. 

Hugo House

Hugo House

The Hugo House is a wonderful source of year long writing events and support for writers. A place to read words, hear words, and make your own words better. 

Seattle Public Library

Seattle Writes with Seattle Public Library (SPL)

The Seattle Public Library involves the writing community in writing events, author talks, book clubs, and more during this local literary event.

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