Every year, Hugo House commissions new prose, poetry, and songs based on a writing prompt. During the Hugo Literary Series, authors share the results. This year, we’ve decided to go with the theme re/birth to celebrate, if not the end of the pandemic, then at least some way of us living in the world with it, and the revival/resurgence of creativity that has been dormant for two long years.
For this evening's event, writers Jos Charles, Sequoia Nagamatsu, Putsata Reang, and Lucia Flores-Wiseman present their new works based on the sub-theme of conversion: the process of changing or causing something to change from one form to another.
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