Crossing Cultural Red Lines: New Threats to Free Expression in the Arts
An Evening With Lapham’s Quarterly: Katherine Waterston
Katherine Waterston reads from Charlotte Brontë’s 1847 novel Jane Eyre at An Evening with Lapham's Quarterly, part of the 2013 PEN World Voices Festival More
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Author @haleshannon spoke about how books help teach children empathy at a #LetUtahRead event on January 25.
But this also happened. 🧵
In conversation with PEN America's @Heredia_Alej for this week’s #PENTen, @fannychoir explains why traditional ideas of dystopia can be dangerous.
Her poetry collection The World Keeps Ending, and the World Goes On (@eccobooks) is out now. https://pen.org/the-pen-ten-an-interview-with-franny-choi/ #poetry #books
Ron DeSantis wants to limit free speech in the name of free speech
https://www.economist.com/united-states/2023/01/26/ron-desantis-wants-to-limit-free-speech-in-the-name-of-free-speech #Florida #FreeSpeech via @TheEconomist (Paywall)