These Truths: Cry, the Beloved Country with Tatiana Voltskaya, Tahir Hamut, and Burhan Sönmez
Writers from around the world—Russian poet and journalist Tatiana Voltskaya, Uyghur poet Tahir Hamut, and Turkish novelist Burhan Sönmez—challenge the status quo in their home countries. More
A Bilingual Reading to Celebrate Women in Translation Month
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The Nobel prize-winning author Svetlana Alexievich, who was the only member of the opposition coordination council's leadership to neither in jail nor in exile, is said to be heading to Germany's capital city Berlin. https://bit.ly/33fijJD
On Weds., join @postlive (Washington Post Live) in partnership with PEN America for a conversation between secretaries of state @JenaGriswold (CO) and @KimWyman12 (WA). Plus @toryburch on her company's support for getting out the vote. #WhatToExpect2020 http://bit.ly/339BDrj