A Q&A with researcher Chris Tenove about the Global Reporting Centre’s study of online disinformation.
Deepa Rajagopalan has won the 2021 RBC/PEN Canada New Voices Award. Her short story Peacocks of Instagram, was chosen ahead of more than 130 submissions by jurors Donna Bailey Nurse, Kaie Kellough and Thea Lim.
Deepa Rajagopalan is completing her MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Guelph, and is a graduate of the Creative Writing program from the University of Toronto. She is …
Amy Lai is a lawyer and author of “The Right to Parody” (Cambridge University Press) and an upcoming book on free speech and higher education (under contract with University of Michigan Press). She is the winner of PEN Canada’s Ken Filkow Prize for freedom of expression.
The journalist and legal scholar Amy Lai has been awarded the 2021 PEN Canada/Ken Filkow Prize for courageously reporting on the “threats faced by both individuals and democratic institutions” in her native Hong Kong, and for ground-breaking scholarship on freedom of expression.
A Q&A with Em Dial, winner of the 2020 RBC/PEN Canada New Voices Award.
Poet Em Dial wins PEN Canada’s New Voices Award for 2020 August 27 (Toronto) Emily (Em) Dial has been chosen as the winner of PEN Canada’s 2020 New Voices Award. …
PEN Canada’s Ken Filkow prize recognizes an individual or group that has advanced freedom of expression in Canada.
PEN emerged during a moment of postwar optimism regarding the potential of human fellowship to overcome the contingencies of geopolitical power.
Justin Brake has won the 2017 PEN Canada/Ken Filkow Prize. The $1,000 prize is awarded annually to an individual or group whose work has advanced freedom of expression in Canada.