Censorship and Conscience: Foreign Authors and the Challenge of Chinese Censorship
New PEN report shows that many Western authors are not even aware that they have been censored in Chinese translation, while others have willingly or tacitly agreed to censorship.
PEN Concerned by New York Cancellation of Play Referencing Mohammed
The cancellation of a series of plays about artistic censorship by a New York performance space on the grounds that it might be would be offensive to Muslims could mark a troubling victory for...
PEN Condemns the Denial of Family Visits or Support in Prison for Ilham Tohti
PEN expresses serious concern over reports that prison authorities in Xinjiang have refused to allow the jailed Uyghur writer and scholar Ilham Tohti to receive visits or support from his family...
Announcing the 2015 PEN Literary Award Winners
After considerable deliberation, this year's judges have made their final decisions for PEN's book awards and career achievement awards.
PEN warmly welcomes the release of writer and activist Enoh Meyomesse
On 27 April 2015, the award-winning writer and activist Enoh Meyomesse was finally freed from Kondengui Prison in Yaoundé, Cameroon, after almost three and a half years in prison.
May 25, 2015
2013 Translation Fund Winners