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This summer join English PEN at some of the UK's finest festivals

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Join English PEN this summer at festivals across the UK


Over the course of summer 2016, English PEN will be hosting events at some of the UK's most exciting festivals:

  • Ledbury Poetry Festival 
  • Citadel Festival, Victoria Park, London 
  • Wilderness Festival, Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire 
  • Edinburgh International Book Festival 

1-10 July: Ledbury Poetry Festival


Poetry as Protest: English PEN joins the UK's biggest poetry festival to celebrate writers at risk

Stefan ZweigThroughout this year’s Ledbury Poetry Festival, poets including Fleur Adcock, John Greening, Sarah Howe, Andrew McMillan, Daljit Nagra, Ruth Padel and Ruby Robinson will be taking part in Poetry as Protest, a joint initiative to highlight the many poets currently at risk around the world.

View the Ledbury Poetry Festival programme

17 July: Citadel Festival, Victoria Park, London

PEN hosts Syrian activists Mazen Darwish, Yara Bader and Zaher Omareen

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The Syrian uprising began five years ago when a group of children painted anti-government graffiti on the walls of a school. With a quarter of a million dead and 11 million displaced, the ongoing war is now the deadliest conflict of the century. English PEN and PEN International are honoured to be bringing some of the most courageous voices from the struggle to this year’s Citadel Festival. We will be joined by Mazen Darwish, director of the Syrian Centre for Media and Free Expression and winner of the PEN Pinter Prize 2014, the activist and journalist Yara Bader, and writer and artist Zaher Omareen for a discussion on free speech, culture and resistance with the BBC’s Razia Iqbal.

Read more about Citadel Festival

4 - 7 August: Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire

Freedom of Expression in Bangladesh

Magnifying Glass IllustrationBangladesh is fast becoming one of the most dangerous countries in the world for bloggers and free thinkers. The last 18 months have seen at least nine of our colleagues brutally murdered for their views and writing, and many others attacked. An atmosphere of almost complete impunity prevails, emboldening the killers. The Bangladeshi authorities have failed to take any significant action to protect those most at risk, instead implying that the responsibility for avoiding such attacks lies with the victims. Meanwhile, other writers are serving lengthy prison sentences, self-censorship is rife, and more and more writers and activists are being forced into exile through fearing for their own safety and that of their families.

Join Bangladeshi publisher Tutul, Ahsan Akbar, director of the Dhaka Literary Festival, and PEN’s Salil Tripathi to discuss what is driving the current deterioration of free expression in the country, and what the international community can do to help.

Read more about Wilderness Festival

13 - 28 August: Edinburgh International Book Festival

2016 PEN HG Wells lecture: AC Grayling

Magnifying Glass IllustrationPhilosopher AC Grayling will deliver the PEN HG Wells lecture, the third in a series of annual lectures held in honour of former PEN president, author, visionary and human rights campaigner HG Wells. 2016 is the 150th anniversary of Wells’s birth. AC Grayling will explore how Wells as scientist and novelist was able to make literary use of science.

Book tickets for the PEN HG Wells Lecture
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