English PEN is pleased to be partnering with StoryBundle and guest curator Lavie Tidhar on The World SF Bundle, offered throughout April. StoryBundle is a way for independent publishers and authors to showcase their work. The site takes handful of e-books and groups them together to offer as a bundle. Offers are available for a
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We are relieved that our former writer in residence, Ahmet Şık, who was arrested following his return to Turkey in 2016, was released from prison last week, pending his trial tomorrow (16 March 2018). He has already spent 430 days in jail. On release Ahmet Sik said to his supporters I prefer you to be frustrated because
English PEN welcomes the statement made today by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Matt Hancock MP, confirming that the government will not commence Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013, and will seek its repeal. Mr Hancock was responding to a consultation on the Leveson Inquiry and its implementation,
£40,000 pro rata 21 hours per week We are looking for a Finance Manager with experience of the charity sector to take the lead role on managing our charity’s finances and support the Director and the board of Trustees develop an exciting future for English PEN in the lead up to its centenary in 2021.
Reporters Without Borders and English PEN have today (10 January 2018) written to UK Prime Minister Theresa May, urging her to fulfill the Conservative Party’s manifesto pledge to repeal the punitive Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013. A full year after the consultation on Section 40 closed, there has still been no