Keynote – Effecting Change in a Changing World: Latinx Writers on Immigration
A Bilingual Reading to Celebrate Women in Translation Month
Women in Translation Month: Sevinç Türkkan, Ann Goldstein & Jenny McPhee, and Inea Bushnaq
Race in the Public Dialogue: Understanding Criminal Justice Reform
Race in the Public Dialogue: History, Free Speech, and Civil Rights
Race in the Public Dialogue: The Power and Presence of Women in the Civil War
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We’re excited to present @staceyannchin, to discuss her debut poetry collection, CROSSFIRE, with @ndennis_benn as part of our Fall #PENOutLoud Series at @StrandBookStore on 10/14 from 7-9PM. Tickets are on sale now: https://t.co/8XDBmQLM6G.
Today marks the 5th anniversary of Ukrainian writer & filmmaker Oleg Sentsov's sentencing. PEN America urges the Russian government to release him immediately & unconditionally. Learn more about Sentsov at https://t.co/AghFgmzIuz & speak up on social media using #FreeSentsov.
“The history of reading is also a history of worrying,” writes Leah Price in WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT BOOKS. Reading was once faulted for physical ailments, including vertigo, gout & indigestion. What are today's worries around reading? https://t.co/JhwPJVrGJi