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

Alejandro Zambra
Alejandro Zambra
Joe Dunthorne
Joe Dunthorne
Alejandro 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’. In this special PEN Atlas event, the Chilean novelist will be in conversation with writer Joe Dunthorne, whose fiction, non-fiction, poetry and other writings, like Zambra’s, confound categorisation. Both writers are deeply contemporary, and seriously playful: expect irreverent and international insights – as well as some multiple choice questions out to the audience to keep us on our toes.
Tuesday 18 October, 7pm - 8pm, £5
Waterstones Tottenham Court Road, London
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PEN Atlas events was launched in February.  Audio recordings of our previous events are available online.

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

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PEN Atlas presents: Svetlana Alexievich

In a special collaboration between PEN Atlas, Cambridge Literary Festival and Fitzcarraldo Editions, Svetlana Alexievich, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature 2015, was in conversation with the journalist and author James Meek.

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PEN Atlas presents: Words Cannot Be Killed

Former prisoner of conscience and journalist Tasneem Khalil and Ahsan Akbar, director of Dhaka Literary Festival, discuss the state of freedom of expression in Bangladesh with BBC broadcaster Razia Iqbal

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