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Hugo House is a nonprofit place for writers and readers. We offer a blend of openness and challenge, and serve as a place where you can see your favorite writer do a reading, take a writing class at any level, participate in teen writing camps and events, and apply for fellowship programs that support both emerging and established writers. Hugo House is the writer's greatest ally, providing a sense of rigor, excitement, inspiration, and, most of all, support for your craft.
"Hugo House commits to work toward racial equity at all levels of our organization. Our staff and board see this long-term commitment as essential to carrying out our mission and enabling all writers to add their voices to the human story."
For more information about Hugo House's commitment to racial equity see here.
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