PEN World Voices Festival: Fiction as Guide: A Workshop in Process with Belinda McKeon
Friday, May 3rd, 2013, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
at Glucksman Ireland House NYU
Belinda McKeon is an Irish-born journalist, cultural critic, award-winning playwright and novelist. Solace, her first novel, was named Irish Book of the Year in 2011. She lives in Brooklyn. As part of the PEN World Voices Festival, Belinda will lead a workshop on the craft of writing.
The ninth Annual PEN World Voices of International Literature: 2013
100 writers from 25 nations convene to New York to celebrate the power of the written word in action. The program features performances, discussions, one-on-one conversations, and readings at venues crisscrossing the city, from Harlem to Wall Street, including the festival hubs -- The Standard, New York; The Standard, East Village; and the High Line. See www.pen.org/festival.
This event is fully booked and cannot accommodate additional participants/audience members.
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