Announcing Winners of 2015 Prison Writing Contest
Over 1,500 stories, memoirs, poems, and plays were submitted by men and women serving time from nearly every state in the country to our annual Prison Writing Contest.
Who Is Entitled to Be Heard?
BY Suzanne Nossel
Pitched battles being waged at Yale and the University of Missouri pit speech versus speech in a contest of who and what is entitled to be heard. (New York Times)
Belarusian PEN Center: The Struggle for Writers' Independence
BY PEN America
Introducing our new series showcasing the work of the over 140 centers that form PEN International. This month we speak to the Belarusian PEN Center on free expression challenges and literary...
Secret Sources: Whistleblowers, National Security, and Free Expression
New PEN report demonstrates how U.S. laws governing federal whistleblowers provide little protection for intelligence employees and contractors.
Equity in Publishing: What Should Editors Be Doing?
BY Antonio Aiello
In light of recent conversations on the lack of equity and diversity in the publishing industry, editors and other industry gatekeepers weigh in on how to mark out a new path forward.
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2013 Translation Fund Winners