Works of Justice: How to Write a Novel in a Month (During a Pandemic)
This year, the PEN America Prison Writing team had 10 incarcerated writers participate in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). More
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I'm over the moon to be moderating this panel on Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Free Expression in Alabama for @PENamerica next week. Join Brontez Purnell, Minnie Bruce Pratt, Emrys Donaldson, Joi Minor, and @ACLUAlabama! Please share. ❤️
Join us on 10/1 for a #BannedBooksWeek conversation with @rofhiwabooks on the “Erasure of Black Thought”. Black academics @profblmkelley, @pornoscholar, and @daniellepurifoy will discuss the growing movement against the teaching of black history & racism. https://bit.ly/3nYQjVj
In this week's #PENTen, we spoke with award-winning essayist, poet, playwright, and film producer José Vadi (@vadiparty) about how his writing habits have changed, how family stories and community stories came together in his book INTER STATE, and more: https://bit.ly/3o281Hp.