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Cartoon: Free Atena

Cartoonist Atena Farghadani, sentenced to 12 years in prison, has been freed.

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Image by Andrei Havos, from the cover of "Muher Entre Perro y Lobo" by Lety Elvir.

Three Poems from Mujer Entre Perro y Lobo by Lety Elvir

Three poems by Honduran writer Lety Elvir, ICORN writer-in-residence of the Amsterdam City of Refuge in the Netherlands, from her collection “Woman Between Dog and Wolf.”

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Cartoon: World Press Freedom Day 2016

May 3, 2016 is World Press Freedom Day.

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Tuhin Das is the current ICORN writer-in-residence of City of Asylum in Pittsburgh. Photo by Renee Rosensteel. All rights reserved.

The Bonsai Poet of Bangladesh

An interview with Bangladeshi poet and blogger Tuhin Das, writer-in-residence of City of Asylum, Pittsburgh.

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A protest formed in solidarity with journalists Can Dündar and Erdem Gül. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

Erdo-fascism

Tarık Günersel rounds up the latest news in freedom of expression from Turkey.

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"The Hypnotic Lovers," by Nigerian artist Victor Ehikhamenor. Used with the artist's permission.
The Last Pill
by  / March 23, 2016
A short story from Nigerian writer Jude Dibia, current ICORN writer-in-residence of the Malmö City of Refuge in Sweden. Read more...
A protest formed in solidarity with journalists Can Dündar and Erdem Gül. Image via Wikimedia Commons.
Erdo-fascism
by  / April 29, 2016
Tarık Günersel rounds up the latest news in freedom of expression from Turkey. Read more...
Tuhin Das is the current ICORN writer-in-residence of City of Asylum in Pittsburgh. Photo by Renee Rosensteel. All rights reserved.
The Bonsai Poet of Bangladesh
by  / May 2, 2016
An interview with Bangladeshi poet and blogger Tuhin Das, writer-in-residence of City of Asylum, Pittsburgh. Read more...
Novelist Mario Bellatin.
The Writer’s Block: A Video Q&A with Mario Bellatin
by  / April 22, 2016
An interview with novelist Mario Bellatin, the "strangest and most fascinating writer in Mexican literature." Read more...

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