Obsession: Jennifer Boylan on Lost Loves

...or rather lost love. One love. One particular past relationship, from her high school years, which has carved out an enduring nook in author and LGBT activist Jennifer Finney… More

Literary Quartet: Two on Two Q&A

Notable editors Christopher Bollen and Brigid Hughes have a knack for identifying (and then publishing) first-rate literature. At this exciting session, they spoke with writers well known in their… More

Creativity and Craft in Asylum Q&A

How do themes and style change when a writer is exiled? Who does an exiled writer write for? How do such things as native language, time in exile, and… More

PEN Talks with Susan Rosenberg

As part of PEN Talks, a weekly reading and conversation series, Susan Rosenberg reads from and discusses her novel An American Radical: A Political Prisoner in My Own Country. More

The Invisible Symposium

Modeled on a 1947 project of the Hungarian art movement called the European School, the Invisible Symposium asks sixteen public intellectuals across the globe some of the most burning… More

James Risen & Philip Gourevitch in Conversation

From a 2006 PEN Event, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist James Risen speaks with former Paris Review editor Philip Gourevitch about the importance of a free press, the demagoguery of 9/11,… More