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Suzanne Morrison brings her Yoga Bitch-style hilarity to the Hugo House Literary Series.

http://culturemob.com/hugo-house-literary-series-features-lipsyte-morrison-and-lerner

The debut author of My Korean Deli pays a visit to Seattle.

http://culturemob.com/debut-author-of-my-korean-deli-visits-seattle-march-13

 

Read Rebekah‘s short Examiner article about debut novelist Anne Leigh Parrish’s experience publishing with a small indie press.

http://www.examiner.com/article/seattle-debut-author-anne-leigh-parrish-on-getting-published

At the release party hosted by Hugo House and Debut Lit for Suzanne Morrison’s debut memoir Yoga Bitch, Morrison read a hilarious essay about how the book came to be, from its early start as a novel to the author’s reaction to Eat, Pray, Love.

See video of her reading on our YouTube channel!

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Poet Nicole Hardy performs with her back up band at the Debut Lit event at the Richard Hugo House.

Hugo House video

We had a great turnout for Suzanne Morrison’s Yoga Bitch release party at Hugo House. Thanks to all who came out to support and drink your pee-colored Suzitinis!

We’ll be posting videos and photos here over the next few days so you can enjoy it all over again.

Here for you to behold is Debut Lit’s Rebekah Anderson and Hugo House’s Brian McGuigan competing for the privilege of introducing our headliner in a little game we like to call “Six Degrees of Suzanne Morrison.”

Brian McGuigan is one of the most influential writers and literary movers in Seattle. As the mastermind behind all the events at the city’s beloved Richard Hugo House, he’s the guy responsible for bringing authors like Sam Lipsyte to visit and he runs the most popular reading series in town, Cheap Wine and Poetry. DL is excited to have a chance to collaborate with him and Hugo House. Here’s what Brian had to say about our upcoming event…

Suzanne Morrison is exactly the kind of author Hugo House is here to support, a local about whom we’ll all be saying, “I remember her when….” Suzanne’s been a fixture in the arts community for several years and recently published her debut memoir, “Yoga Bitch,” a hilarious tale of her search for enlightenment. We’re honored to support Suzanne by  presenting her book launch in partnership with Debut Lit.

Awww. Come see Brian run circles around co-MC Rebekah from DEBUT LIT on stage:

Me Talk Funny Someday: A Book Launch Party for Suzanne Morrison’s “Yoga Bitch,” with funny ladies Nicole Hardy and Tina Rowley

Thursday, October 6 – 7:00pm
Hugo House, 1634 11th Avenue, Seattle

In a recent post on Culture Mob, Seattle Metro Editor Dan Coxon interviews Suzanne Morrison about her new memoir, YOGA BITCH. Morrison dishes about how she transformed her one-woman show into a novel first before it was written as a memoir, where she stands with yoga now and what projects she’s working on next.

Check out the whole transcript here

You can see Morrison read from YOGA BITCH this coming Thursday, 10/6, 7pm at the Richard Hugo House.

Me Talk Funny Someday: A Book Launch Party for Suzanne Morrison’s “Yoga Bitch,” with funny ladies Nicole Hardy and Tina Rowley

Check out this video trailer for Suzanne Morrison’s hilarious debut memoir, YOGA BITCH. Don’t miss her upcoming live reading with DEBUT LIT!

Me Talk Funny Someday: A Book Launch Party for Suzanne Morrison’s “Yoga Bitch,” with funny ladies Nicole Hardy and Tina Rowley

Thursday, October 6 – 7:00pm
Hugo House, 1634 11th Avenue, Seattle

 

New author, Suzanne Morrison, brought the house down at our last DEBUT LIT event with a hilarious reading from what was then her upcoming first memoir. The book is now out, and DL is pleased to be collaborating with the Hugo House in Seattle to host a launch party for her.

Me Talk Funny Someday: A Book Launch Party for Suzanne Morrison’s “Yoga Bitch,” with funny ladies Nicole Hardy and Tina Rowley

Thursday, October 6 – 7:00pm
Hugo House, 1634 11th Avenue, Seattle

 

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