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[email protected] highlights the impressive line-up we have planned for #penworldvoices: https://bit.ly/2wRcC6B. From @MargaretAtwood to #ZadieSmith, @Elif_Safak, and @nhannahjones, we're excited to be joined by over 150 writers at this year's festival.
“I’m the son of undocumented, illiterate Mexican farm workers. My upbringing has not hindered my success and ambition." Read @be_latina's insightful article on poet Rigoberto González, who will receive the PEN/Voelcker Award for Poetry at #PENLitAwards: https://bit.ly/3aehVLO.
Asserting that freedom of expression cannot be banned, a Pakistani court on Thursday asked law enforcement agencies to report whether there is any "specific threat" to a women's rally scheduled to be held on March 8. https://bit.ly/2T6TOZK