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2015 PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature: Coverage at Words without Borders

By Eric M. B. Becker

The PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature returns for an eleventh year, this time focusing on the literatures of Africa. Words without Borders will be be covering many of the events here on our Dispatches blog. Check back daily for ongoing coverage of events. 

In New York? Check out the schedule of events.

 

May 6, 2015 Events

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "Armenian Genocide: A Dark Paradigm" 
(Explore More: WWB's April 2015 Feature "New Armenian Writing by Women")

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "Divine Punishment" with Sergio Ramírez and Nick Caistor 
(Explore More: WWB Reviews Ramirez's "A Thousand Deaths Plus One")

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "Queer Futures"
(Explore More: WWB's June 2014 Issue "The Queer Issue Volume V")

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "The Arrivants"
(Explore More: WWB's January 2013 Issue: "Writing from Haiti")
 

May 7, 2015 Events

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "African Poets: The New Generation"
(Explore More: WWB's October 2013 Issue "African Women, Indigenous Languages")
 

May 8, 2015 Events

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "Édouard Glissant: Everything Scatter, Scatter"
(Explore more: WWB's November 2011 Issue "Writing from the Caribbean")

 

May 9, 2015 Events

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "In and Out of Africa"
(Explore More: Ananda Devi and Alain Mabanckou in the WWB Archive)

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "Headscarves and Hymens"
(Explore More: WWB's July 2011 Issue "The Arab Spring, Part I" and August 2011 Issue "The Arab Spring, Part 2")

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "What We Talk About When We Talk About Translation: Women's Voices"
(Explore More: WWB's October 2013 Issue "African Women, Indigenous Languages")

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: "What We Talk About When We Talk About Translation: The Bloggers"
(Explore More: Scott Esposito's 2011 Dispatches Article on Reviewing Translations)

May 10, 2015 Events

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Arthur Miller Freedom to Writer Lecture
(Explore More: Rahma Abdul Majid's "From Mace Mutum" from WWB's October 2013 Issue) 

 


Published May 7, 2015   Copyright 2015 Eric M. B. Becker

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