Frances McCue is a Senior Lecturer in the English Department and the Writer in Residence in the Honors Program at the University of Washington. She earned her doctorate from Columbia University and an MFA from the University of Washington. In 1996, she co-founded the Richard Hugo House in Seattle. She is the author of THE CAR THAT BROUGHT YOU HERE STILL RUNS, THE BLED and THE STENOGRAPHER’S BREAKFAST and the forthcoming MARY RANDLETT PORTRAITS.
She teaches a variety of courses in the Honors Program with the aim of bringing writing into the classroom and the community.