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Upcoming events from PEN Atlas 

  • Turkey through a literary lens with Ece TemelkuranBurhan Sönmez and Canan Marasligil
  • An evening with the dazzlingly inventive Alejandro Zambra and Joe Dunthorne 

19 September: PEN Atlas presents the view from Turkey

Turkey imageUnder President Erdoğan’s authoritarian rule, press freedom in Turkey in 2016 is at an all-time low. News agencies and papers have been shut down or taken over by the government, while everyone from journalists to comedians is facing criminal defamation or terrorism charges.

What is it like to be a Turkish writer in these times? In a special PEN Atlas panel event, journalist-author Ece Temelkuran, novelist Burhan Sönmez and translator Canan Marasligil discuss the main issues of the moment through a literary lens with Maureen Freely, President of English PEN.

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18 October: PEN Atlas presents Alejandro Zambra and Joe Dunthorne, a cross-examination

In partnership with Waterstones and Granta Books

Multiple Choice imageAlejandro Zambra’s new book Multiple Choice is billed as ‘a) Fiction b) Non-fiction c) Poetry d) All of the above e) None of the above’. This special event brings the Chilean novelist in conversation with Welsh writer Joe Dunthorne, whose writing, like Zambra’s, confounds categorisation. Expect irreverent and international insights – as well as some multiple choice questions out to the audience to keep us on our toes.

‘I hate exams, but I've sat this one a few times already. I'd give it an A-. The minus for being too smart and getting away with it.’ Stuart Evers on Multiple Choice. 

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David Hare and Roberto SavianoMissed the previous PEN Atlas events? Catch up with the audio from PEN Atlas presents 'Words cannot be killed': Freedom of expression in Bangladesh and from PEN Atlas presents Svetlana Alexievich in conversation with James Meek

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