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  • PEN Brings the Resistance to Its 2018 World Voices Festival

    Courtesy PEN America By John Maher |  Feb 15, 2018 PEN America’s 2018 iteration of its World Voices Festival bears the theme “Resist and Reimagine,” doubling down on the organization’s dedication to resisting potential restrictions on free speech under the Trump Administration while suggesting hope for the future. The festival, which comprises

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  • When They Got the Call: PW Speaks with the 2018 Newbery, Caldecott, and Printz Winners

    Erin Entrada Kelly has won the 2018 John Newbery Medal for her novel Hello, Universe (Greenwillow), edited by Virginia Duncan. Matthew Cordell has won the 2018 Randolph Caldecott Medal for Wolf in the Snow (Feiwel and Friends), edited by Liz Szabla. And Nina LaCour has won the 2018 Michael L. Printz Award for We Are

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  • Youth Mentorship Programme Seeks Emerging Young Writers  

    Four secondary school students will each have the opportunity to be mentored by one of New Zealand’s best professional authors in order to develop their craft and hone their writing skills. The NZSA Youth Mentorship Programme 2018 offers these aspiring young writers (aged 15-18) a mentorship, from May to November, giving

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