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At the Hugo Lit Series, you’ll see writers willing to take risks, to work without the safety net of editors, publishers, or reviewers affirming the work before they stand in front of an audience and read it aloud. They are writers who share the exhilaration of creating something new and sharing it with an audience before the work appears in a book, between the glossy covers of a magazine, or within the shrink wrap of a CD.
Guest writers for the Hugo Lit Series often teach a class before or after the events. These classes require a separate registration. For more information on our classes, visit the class page.
This season coincides with our move to a new and permanent home on the same site where we first opened our doors over 20 years ago. In this same spirit of development and growth, we’ve commissioned new work on themes of real estate—from the pragmatic issues of property value to the more nebulous idea of place.
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In partnership with 64 regional arts organizations, TeenTix ensures equitable arts access for all young people, and empowers teens to engage in civic life through the arts. Any teenager (13–19 years old) can sign up for a free TeenTix pass, which enables them to purchase $5 day-of-show tickets at any of our 64 partner organizations (including Hugo House).
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