Journalist Judith Torrea. Photo provided by Sylvain Cherkaoui

Audience Q&A: Judith Torrea

Journalist and blogger Judith Torrea visited City of Asylum in March 2015 to read from Juarez in Shadows: Chronicle of a City that Refuses to Die.

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The Writer’s Block: Jennifer Clement

In this edition of The Writer’s Block, former PEN Mexico president Jennifer Clement discusses the writing process behind her novel Prayers for the Stolen.

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Writers in the Garden: Dave Newman

On July 17th, City of Asylum Pittsburgh presented Writers in the Garden, an annual celebration of local poets and the Northside community.

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The Freedom Chat: A Video Conversation with Sidharth Bhatia

Sidharth Bhatia, a Mumbai-based journalist who reports for the Times of India and The Dawn, discusses the effect of economic reforms on India’s media in the Freedom Chat.

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Live in the Alphabet City Tent: Poet Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon

Cave Canem faculty member and Cornell University professor, Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon, delivers her poem “Lost”, which documents her harrowing and real experience in the Floridian swamp.

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Journalist Judith Torrea. Photo provided by Sylvain Cherkaoui
Audience Q&A: Judith Torrea
Journalist and blogger Judith Torrea visited City of Asylum in March 2015 to read from Juarez in Shadows: Chronicle of a City that Refuses to Die.
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On Tuesday night, Malaysian cartoonist Zulkifli Anwar Ulhaque (also known as Zunar) was arrested for sedition.
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Impunidad en México…at a Glance
Close to 99% of crimes against journalists and the media are committed with impunity in Mexico. Learn more about who is being targeted and who is responsible.

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    This year, Sampsonia Way introduced The Freedom Chats, a new series that features interviews with journalists and other international media personalities who face censorship and repression in their home countries. Join us in reviewing the most viewed Freedom Chats from 2014.

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    This year, we spoke to poets, journalists, filmmakers and novelists from India to Morocco, from France to Iran. We talked about revolution, the forgotten history of the United Farm Worker Movement in Texas, hereditary exile, writing as an act of defiance, and much more.

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