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Longlists Announced For The 2014 PEN Literary Awards

Posted at 7:01AM Wednesday 07 May 2014

This is the first year that PEN is releasing the longlisted titles of its book awards while also celebrating the many distinugished awards judges who nominated them. This year, with the help of its partners and supporters, PEN will confer 18 distinct awards, fellowships, grants, and prizes, and confer nearly $150,000 to some of the most gifted writers and translators working today.

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