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Free Donuts and Funny Tales of Work at Hugo House Tonight (1/8)

January 8, 2015

10614258_10152867805096061_4584772403502183216_nAh, work. The curse of the drinking class. The subject that inspired one man to proclaim, “Take this paycheck and shove it!” That thing that makes you sing, “I owe, I owe, it’s off to work I go.”

If you’ve ever wanted to laugh about that thing that makes you crazy just so you can have money, stop on by the Hugo House tonight for another installment of “Wage Slaves: Tales From the Grind,” a reading series about that daily thing we have a love hate relationship with. Tonight’s installment is hosted by Michelle Goodman and Sierra Goldman and will feature readings from the likes of literary Ela Barton, Langdon Cook, Jenny Hayes, Holly Hughes and Ruchika Tulshyan Malhutra talking about making a living everywhere from dry land to the great briny as well as soul-sucking offices and minimum wage jobs.

No, I haven’t heard of them either, but by the end of the evening, I promise, you’ll want to know more about them than just the short bits from their readings.

The fun starts at 7 pm tonight at the Hugo House at 1634 11th Avenue on Capitol Hill.

The event is free and there will be free donuts…even if there isn’t a break room.

There will also be beer, wine and cocktails, but I’m pretty sure you’ll have to pay for those.

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