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The Languages of Verse

The languages of verse: Multilingualism and poetry

Many of us lead multilingual lives. But how do multilingual poets use their languages in their art? What value do they see in speaking multiple languages? And what can we learn about the approach to language and language learning in the UK? Chris McCabe, Wioletta Greg, and Livia Franchini join us for an evening of readings and discussion.

Wednesday 6 June, 6.30pm | Free Word Centre, Farringdon | More info

Truth at what cost

Truth at what cost?

What do constraints on freedom of expression mean for a writer or journalist? Broadcaster Ritula Shah chairs a discussion with writers, including journalist and broadcaster Zaina Erhaim, to explore the issues raised in the RSC’s Mischief Festival plays, including #WeAreArrested based on the prison memoirs of journalist Can Dündar, adapted by Pippa Hill and Sophie Ivatts.

Friday 8 June, 5-6pm | The Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon | More info

Photo: RSC/Sam Allard

PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize

PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize: David Olusoga at Wimpole History Festival

David Olusoga’s ground-breaking Black and British won last year’s PEN Hessell-Tiltman prize. Join Olusoga at Wimpole History Festival as he pieces together the threads of Britain’s forgotten past, its contested present and questions for the future. The announcement of the 2018 PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize winner will follow this event.

Saturday 23 June, 7.30pm | Wimpole Estate, Royston | More info

PEN Ackerley Prize

2018 PEN Ackerley Prize

Hear the shortlisted authors read from and discuss their work with chair of judges Parker, before the winner of the 2018 prize is announced. The PEN Ackerley Prize is awarded to a literary autobiography of excellence, written by a British author and published during the preceding year. PEN Members are eligible for a discount on tickets for this event, visit the website for more info.

Tuesday 10 July, 7pm | Free Word Centre, Farringdon | More info

Celebrating Nelson Mandela

Celebrating Nelson Mandela: His Letters, His Legacy

A celebration of the centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth. Directed by the award-winning Josette Bushell-Mingo, with readings of original letters written by Nelson Mandela during his time in prison from guests including Gary Younge, Jackie Kay, Zoe Wicomb, Jay Bernard, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Errollyn Wallen, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela, and Sahm Venter. BSL interpreted.

Tuesday 17 July, 6.30pm (doors) | Union Chapel, Compton Terrace | More info

Ten Pieces Proms

Ten Pieces Prom

Join CBBC’s Naomi Wilkinson in a thrilling musical adventure for all the family inspired by the BBC’s Ten Pieces project. Young writers from English PEN’s Brave New Voices workshop programme at Capital City Academy will perform a brand new piece of writing created for the event. They will join other performers and special guests in exploring the characters and stories behind some spectacular orchestral pieces.

Sunday 29 July, 1pm & 5pm | Royal Albert Hall, London | More info

Campaign Updates
Vigil for imprisoned writers

Vigil for imprisoned writers in Saudi Arabia

English PEN is continuing monthly vigils for imprisoned blogger Raif Badawi, lawyer Waleed Abulkhair and poet Ashraf Fayadh. June's vigil marks six years since Raif was arrested and Waleed's 39th birthday.

Monday 18 June, 1-2pm | Embassy of Saudi Arabia, London | More info

PEN Transmissions

PEN Transmissions now launched!

We're excited to share English PEN's newly launched online zine, PEN Transmissions. PEN Transmissions is our digital home for some of the best original writing from around the world. Issue One: Women 2018 and Issue Two: Hope After Crisis are available to read now. See our PEN Transmissions interview with 2018 Man Booker International Prize-winner Olga Tokarczuk, here.

Brave New Voices

Brave New Voices: Summer Celebration

Brave New Voices participants will come together to share writing and celebrate the launch of the 2018 anthology. Brave New Voices is English PEN's creative writing outreach programme for young people from refugee and asylum-seeker backgrounds. See photos from last year's event, here, and the poetry animations made in collaboration with Creative Connection, here.

Photo: Suzi Corker

The Mixtape Tour
Roger Robinson & Nick Makoha's new show weaving poetry and musical mosaics that tie together the stories of their lives and friendship, and the influences on them. More info.

See Mixtape at The Last Word Festival:
Saturday 23 June | The Albany, Deptford | More info 
Saturday 30 June | The Roundhouse, Camden | More info 

Africa Writes 2018
The UK’s biggest annual African literature festival is back! Africa Writes celebrates literature from Africa and the diaspora over an exciting summer weekend. Poetry takes the spotlight with headliner Warsan Shire, a performance by Yomi Sode, and a Wakanda-themed party hosted by Octavia Poetry Collective. Friday 29 June – Sunday 1 July | British Library & Rich Mix | More info

Khaled Hosseini: Sea Prayer
In this exclusive talk, The Kite Runner author reflects on his latest book and what fiction can do in dark times. Tuesday 4 September, 7.30pm | Royal Festival Hall | More info

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