- Guadalupe Nettel
Guadalupe Nettel is a Mexican writer. Her works include Natural Histories and The Body Where I Was Born. She was a finalist for the 2016 Neustadt Prize, and she has been translated into more than ten languages. Nettel has won many awards, including the PremioHerralde.
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.
“Chilling”: GOP has introduced 136 “educational gag order” bills in 37 states just this year
"This year's bills have been strikingly more punitive," warns #PENAmerica
@Salon #StudentsRights #TeachersOfTwitter
PEN America's @LieslGerntholtz: "The grotesque sentencing of Salma Al-Shehab"—a Saudi student at Leeds University (U.K.) sentenced to 34 years in prison for her Twitter activity—"is yet another abhorrent restriction of free expression in #SaudiArabia." https://pen.org/press-release/pen-america-condemns-grotesque-sentencing-of-saudi-student-to-34-years-in-prison-for-her-tweets/