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Event: The English PEN Modern Literature Festival - 2 April 2016

UK-based writers celebrate writers at risk
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English PEN and The Enemies Project present...

The English PEN Modern Literature Festival

2 April 2016
2pm / 3:30pm / 7:30pm
Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA
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As part of The Enemies Project, over 30 contemporary UK-based writers present new works in tribute to writers at risk around the world. 

On 2 April 2016, writers, poets, novelists, playwrights and artists will come together to celebrate English PEN’s Writers at Risk programme and the incredible individuals it supports.

The first ever English PEN Modern Literature Festival, held in Venue One Rich Mix Arts Centre, will see each of the writers present an original piece – poetry, text, reportage, performance – in response to the writer at risk with whom they have been paired.

The event is free and everyone is welcome. Attendees are encouraged to join English PEN or donate to the charity if they are already members.

Follow the progress of the project on #penfestuk, and read more about the project and participants at theenemiesproject.com.

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Full Programme

2pm to 3.30pm

Harry Man on Maung Saung Kha
David Berridge
on Dawit Isaak
Kirsten Irving
on Nurmuhemmet Yasin
Jen Calleja
on Gao Yu
SJ Fowler
on Khadija Ismayilova
Dave Spittle
on Ahmedur Rashid Chowdhury
Prudence Chamberlain
on Patiwat Saraiyaem and Pornthip Munkhong
Robert Hampson
on Dr Abduljalil Al-Singace
Adam Baron
on Can Dündar and Erdem Gül

4pm to 5.30pm

Eley Williams on Tsering Woeser
Sam Winston
on Zunar
Lucy Harvest Clarke
on Liu Xia
Stephen Emmerson
on Dina Meza
Alex MacDonald
on Alaa Abd El Fattah
Drew Milne
on Omar Hazek
Oli Hazzard
on Enoh Meyomesse
Sarah Kelly
on Nelson Aguilera
Caleb Klaces
on Jorge Olivera Castillo

7.30pm to 9.30pm

Caroline Bergvall on Sanjuana Martínez Montemayor
Emily Critchley
on Mahvash Sabet
Andrew McMillan
on Ashraf Fayadh
Andra Simons
on Amanuel Asrat
Allen Fisher on Mamadali Makhmudov
Nathan Walker
on Mohammed al-‘Ajami
Michael Zand
on U Zeya
Mark Waldron
on Zhu Yufu
Mark Ravenhill
on Mazen Darwish and Yara Bader
Emily Berry
on Raif Badawi
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