PEN America Archive
The scariest part of the proposed cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities is that people seem to have accepted them already.
From PEN America’s response to the election of a new collection of poems by Johnny Cash, here are last week’s biggest literary headlines.
From PEN America's new award to a new Harry Potter ebook series, here are last week's biggest literary headlines.
From a new film adaption of The Bell Jar to a massive reading in honor of Oscar Wilde, here are this week's biggest literary stories.
From a protest over the imprisonment of an Egyptian writer to the first ever female-led crime writing festival, here are the latest literary headlines: PEN America is teaming up with writers across the globe to protest the “unjust imprisonment” of Egyptian writer Ahmed Naji. Last week, at least 120 prominent
From tips to celebrating National Poetry Month to a winner announcement for a literary prize, here’s last week’s literary news: April is National Poetry Month. The Academy of American Poets suggests several ways to celebrate this year, including participating in Poem in Your Pocket Day, pledging to read a poem
From Hachette’s acquisition of Perseus Book Group to author recognition through literary awards, here’s the recent literary news: Last September, Perseus Book Group announced that it was looking for potential buyers after a 2014 deal with Hachette Book Group fell through. Now, the two companies have announced that they