For the second time, the San Miguel de Allende Center has erected an altar for the Day of the Dead, November 1-2, 2018. This one was located in the Jardines de San Juan de Dios, on Calle San Antonio Abad. Here is a video of this event.
Author Sanjuana Martínez was brought to Chicago by the Chicago City of Refuge. She appeared on Spanish Public Radio and WBEZ Radio (NPR), and met with the staff of the Chicago Tribune.
Click here for the Fall, 2018 issue.Published by Lucina Kathmann and the PEN International Women Writers’ Committee.
An interview with Tony Cohan, chair of PEN San Miguel’s Freedom to Write Committee. What is a project that you have been working on in recent months? Personally, I have been finishing a novel, my tenth book. I turned in the final draft a few weeks ago. The Writers in Prison Committee, which I amContinue reading “Advocating for Journalists in Dangerous Climate for Free Expression”
A statement from PEN Mexico, endorsed by PEN Guadalajara and PEN San Miguel. Haga clic aquí para ver el original en español. We have arrived at June 7th, the Day of Freedom of Expression, apparently forgetting the anniversary of the death of Manuel Buendía, “the first journalist assassinated by the narcopolitica”, a phrase borrowed fromContinue reading “Day of Freedom of Expression, June 7, 2018”
PEN lecture for 6 March 2018:
by Elizabeth Starcevic, President Emerita, PEN San Miguel, Mexico Although the highlighted topic this year at the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women was “Rural Women and Girls”, many of these women were denied visas and therefore unfortunately were not able to represent their concerns in person. Discussions about rural women referred to propertyContinue reading “PEN at the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations, 2018”
PEN Lecture for 27 February 2018:
PEN Lecture for 20 February 2018:
PEN Lecture for 6 February 2018: