Naughty Letters 101
A Conversation Corner event at SEAF2021

Sat, Oct 30 at 3pm

  • 18+
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There's something slightly intimidating about writing a naughty letter. It's like pillow talk, but there's a record of it forever. At the same time, there's also something very exciting about it. It's a fantastic tease, a romantic gesture, and can be very seductive. Anthology author and SEAF alumni, Clea Salar, will take you on a crash course through the art of writing flirty, sensuous, and absolutely filthy letters. This class will cover everything from determining what mood you're wanting to set to picking your favorite euphemisms, and making sure to avoid unsexy typos and word confusion.

Clea Salar is a freelance writer, novelist (she can say that now, there's a novel!), enormous geek, and general sassy pants. She has a BA in Professional and Creative Writing from CWU, and is currently a Master's Candidate for an MFA in Creative Writing. She also doesn't necessarily think any of this matters for writing naughy letters, but understands that when you're teaching a class it's nice to have credentials. She also wrote this class description, and thinks she's funny.

This is a specially ticketed activity within the Festival in addition to your admission ticket. Purchase your admission to the Seattle Erotic Art Festival here.

Conversation Corners are intentional spaces within Seattle Erotic Art Festival for building connections and exploring ideas through conversation. Whether you’re a social butterfly, or a bit of an introvert, you’ll find these spaces to be inviting, inclusive, and thought-provoking.

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SEAF & COVID-19 Info

Starting October 25, King County will require that attendees at indoor entertainment establishments, including festivals like SEAF, will require attendees to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test. This policy is similar to efforts recently enacted in Jefferson and Clallam Counties, and aims to prevent cases and hospitalizations from rising and causing additional state restrictions such as business or large event capacity. Learn more at King County Public Health.

SEAF is committed to making entry as painless and smooth as possible in our plans with Seattle Center security. In addition to masking, all attendees provide either:
  • Documentation of being fully vaccinated. Bring your vaccine card, a legible photo of your vaccine card, or a printed certificate or QR code from
  • A negative result on a PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to attendance. You may need new test results if you attend SEAF multiple days.

Due to the CDC guidelines for the Exhibition Hall, attendance is capped at 1111 people. This means that we will be at 60% of our normal capacity during the Festival. We will be closely monitoring the number of people in the venue throughout each evening. If you wait to purchase your ticket at the door, you may have to wait to enter the building.

We ask that all attendees self-evaluate prior to coming to the show in order to protect others at the event. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or have been in close contact with someone who has had COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to the event, please do not enter the Festival.

If you have any questions about how we are implementing this new King County Public Health Policy, you can read more on our "SEAF & Covid Info" page or contact

Seattle Center Exhibition Hall

301 Mercer Street
Seattle, WA 98119

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