- Andreï Makine
Andreï Makine is a Russian-born French author whose notable works include Dreams of My Russian Summers, which won both the Prix Goncourt and Prix Médicis, and his most recent novel, Brief Loves That Live Forever. In 2011, Makine confirmed suspicions that he had published four books over the course of a decade under the pseudonym “Gabriel Osmonde.”
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Fort Worth, TX: On Tuesday Oct. 11 we're talking local reporting and community media with some journalist luminaries. Join us! @FortWorthReport @keratx @VotebeatUS https://pen.org/event/celebrating-the-power-of-community-journalism-in-fort-worth-during-election-seasons/
Four years ago, #JamalKhashoggi was murdered on orders of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Today, Saudi writers and critics are jailed for decades, as Mohammed bin Salman’s power expands. We continue to demand #JusticeForJamal and the #FreedomToWrite: https://pen.org/advocacy-case/jamal-khashoggi/
Festival Day is still on for today! All of our programs have moved INDOORS!
💔Unfortunately, we've had to cancel our Literary Marketplace due to the wind. You can still support them all online! And we look forward to having them next year!