Where the Wild Things Aren’t: On the Banning of Sendak
With his work Sendak acknowledges darkness and fear, and provides an introduction to complicated thinking, the basis for reason and, fundamentally, humanism. The very things that protective censors wish… More
Join PEN America Today
Defend free expression, support persecuted writers, and promote literary culture.
Get updates on events, literary awards, free expression issues, and global news.
PEN America CEO @SuzanneNossel opens #StandWithSalman event at @nypl:
"When a would-be murderer plunged a knife into Salman Rushdie's neck he pierced more than just the flesh of a renowned writer. He sliced through time, jolting all of us to recognize that..." (1/x)
"I’m horrified by what happened to Salman and horrified by what’s happening to freedoms around the world," says Alicia Clarens. #FreeExpression #StandWithSalman