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Literary House

Welcome to the Lit House!

We are one of the cultural hubs of the campus. We offer literary programming across disciplines, spaces to study and to hold class, professional mentorship and guidance for students, and training in new and antique printing technologies. Our job is to help students grow as artists and to envision the lives they can have as writers, editors, and publishers, once they graduate from Washington College.


 

June 19th, 2018

  • Summer at the Lit House 4:30pm: 2018 Summer Literary Salon
    This summer, instead of three smaller events, we will be throwing one big party! Our 2018 Summer Literary Salon will feature readings from writers H.G. Carrillo, David Stuart MacLean, Lynn Melnick, and Lauren Russell, as well as music from The Pam Ortiz Band! Join us for an afternoon of poetry & prose, local music, tasty food and drink, and good conversation about the literary life.

July 18th, 2018

  • CTYWC17 group photo All Day: 2018 Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference
    For the third annual Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference, we welcome H.G. Carrillo, Jehanne Dubrow, and Julie Marie Wade as our creative writing workshop faculty!
    until July 21
  • CTYWC18 faculty readings poster 7:00pm: CTYWC Faculty Readings: Dubrow & Hall
    During the third annual Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference, there will be two faculty readings that will be free and open to the public. The first of these features Jehanne Dubrow & James Allen Hall.

July 19th, 2018

  • CTYWC17 group photo All Day: 2018 Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference
    For the third annual Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference, we welcome H.G. Carrillo, Jehanne Dubrow, and Julie Marie Wade as our creative writing workshop faculty!
    until July 21
  • CTYWC18 faculty readings poster 7:00pm: CTYWC Faculty Readings: Carrillo & Wade
    During the third annual Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference, there will be two faculty readings that will be free and open to the public. The second of these features H.G. Carrillo & Julie Marie Wade.