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Monday
April 06
7:30 pm
Building on oral traditions, parables, and the rich history of artists as unpretentious makers, PEN DIY celebrates how literature can be approachable yet unexpected, and how it can help us make sense of our lives. New talks by acclaimed writers and artists the first Monday of every month. Hosted by Emily Gould.
Monday
March 02
7:30 pm
Building on oral traditions, parables, and the rich history of artists as unpretentious makers, PEN DIY celebrates how literature can be approachable yet unexpected, and how it can help us make sense of our lives. New talks by acclaimed writers and artists the first Monday of every month. Hosted by Mike Albo.
Monday
February 09
7:00 pm
PEN American Center and the ACLU present a public reading and conversation to mark the publication of Mohamedou Ould Slahi’s Guantánamo Diary. The first and only diary by a still-imprisoned Guantánamo detainee to be released publicly, Guantánamo Diary is an authoritative first-hand account of imprisonment, torture, and day-to-day human interactions in the world’s most infamous detention camp.
Monday
February 02
7:30 pm
Building on oral traditions, parables, and the rich history of artists as unpretentious makers, PEN DIY celebrates how literature can be approachable yet unexpected, and how it can help us make sense of our lives. New talks by acclaimed writers and artists the first Monday of every month.
Tuesday
December 16
9:00 am
Join us for a Members-only roundtable discussion over coffee and bagels and hear publishing professionals address topics relevant to your work.
Wednesday
December 10
6:30 pm-8:30 pm

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