Photos of PEN World Voices Festival events by Na Zhong, Núria Codina, Alessandra Bautze, Karen Phillips, and Nicholas Otte.
The PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature returned for its fourteenth year with a week of events centered on the theme “Resist and Reimagine.” Didn’t make it to the festival? Below are dispatches from several of the events focused on translation and featuring WWB contributors. Check back next week for more dispatches from this year’s festival.
APRIL 17, 2018
The PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: A Staged Reading of “Goats,” by Alessandra Bautze
The PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: “Theater in Translation as Resistance,” by Alessandra Bautze
APRIL 18, 2018
The PEN World Voices Festival as It Happened: “Beyond Borges: Argentina’s Unsung Literary Greats,” by Alessandra Bautze
APRIL 19, 2018
The PEN World Voices Festival as it Happened: “Dystopian Fiction: Future Present Tense,” by Nicholas Otte
APRIL 21, 2018
The PEN World Voices Festival As it Happened: “The Trick of Translation,” by Na Zhong
The PEN World Voices Festival As it Happened: “Translation and the Power(s) of Language,” by Núria Codina
Published May 2, 2018 Copyright 2018 Words Without Borders
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