- Opening Night: The Future Is Now
Opening Night: The Future Is Now
For this flagship opening night event, leading writers from around the globe present their worst- and best-case scenarios for where the world may be in the year 2050, offering insights they haven’t yet published, and the opportunity to consider how our future is intimately tied to our present.
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Academics from top UK universities share how they've faced death threats, masked protesters & petitions calling for their research to be shut down. They say that university leaders “lack the courage or capacity” to address the attack on freedom of speech. https://bit.ly/3aQZGhO
Check out @narrativemag's interview with @PamelaPaulNYT about reading, writing, and a small excerpt from 100 THINGS WE'VE LOST TO THE INTERNET. Join us for a #PENOutLoud conversation with Pamela on 10/26: https://bit.ly/3Aai2Wf. https://bit.ly/3aQVkHv
The Ursula K. Le Guin Literary Trust will award the first-ever Ursula K. Le Guin Prize for Fiction in 2022, seeking to recognize "realists of a larger reality, who can imagine real grounds for hope and see alternatives to how we live now." https://bit.ly/2YYEhRO