- Constantine Jones
Constantine Jones is a queer Greek-American thingmaker raised in Tennessee & currently housed in Brooklyn. He is the managing editor of Fiction Magazine & teaches creative writing at the City College of New York, where he earned his MFA.
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🧵 In a must-read new column, @Sulliview highlights how PEN America, a defender of the #freedomtowrite around the world for 100 years, is now fighting book bans in the U.S. that have a previously unseen "intensity and scope."
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Sept 12: Join PEN America CEO @SuzanneNossel & President @ayadakhtar for WORDS ON FIRE, a conversation with world-renowned authors & staunch advocates for the #FreedomToWrite including @ChimamandaReal @MargaretAtwood @JennyBoylan Dave Eggers @SalmanRushdie https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pen-america-symposium-words-on-fire-writing-freedom-and-the-future-tickets-390711266917
The fraudulent election of Aleksandr Lukashenka as president of Belarus on August 9, 2020 surprised no one. Two years later, it is more important than ever for the U.S. to continue to call out Lukashenka’s grave human rights abuses, writes @PSadovskaya2020 https://pen.org/two-years-after-the-belarus-election-the-united-states-can-do-more-to-call-out-aleksandr-lukashenkas-abuses/