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Sydney PEN

78 Canberra Avenue

Griffith, Australian Capital Territory 2603

Australia

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Sydney PEN, an affiliate of International PEN, is an association of Australian writers and readers, publishers and human rights activists. Members can download our Constitution here. We are joined in Australia by Melbourne PEN. ... more

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Asian Studies and Political Science

Brown University

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Sydney PEN Centre

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The full program, which is available at www.brisbanewritersfestival.com.au, also features Sydney PEN members Terri Janke, Nick Earls, Libby Gleeson, Anita Heiss, Linda Jaivin, Christopher Kremmer, Antony Loewenstein, Jacki Weaver, David Williamson.

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The full festival program, which is available at www.brisbanewritersfestival.com.au, also features Sydney PEN members Terri Janke, Nick Earls, Libby Gleeson, Anita Heiss, LInda Jaivin, Christopher Kremmer, Antony Loewenstein, Jacki Weaver, David Williamson.
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Previous writer for Sydney PEN at Customs House in 2006 have been Tom Keneally, Mandy Sayer, Philip Adams, Kate Grenville, Christopher Kremmer and Linda Jaivin.
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Linda Jaivin at Customs House 3 August Linda Jaivin is the author of three best-selling novels and a novella, all of which have been published internationally, including the comic-erotic cult classic Eat Me. She is also the author of two works of non-fiction, including the China memoir The Monkey and the Dragon. She has a degree in Asian Studies and Political Science from Brown University. She has lived and worked in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Peking as a freelance journalist specializing in Chinese culture and current affairs.
Linda was a regular visitor to Villawood Detention Centre between November 2001 and June 2005. Her latest book, The Infernal Optimist, tells of the happy-go-lucky, wisecracking Zeki, a small-time break-and-enter artist who loves Australia even if he can't stand Australian movies, finds himself in Immigration Detention, thrown in with asylum seekers, sex slaves, other criminals and visa overstayers.


Sydney PEN is presenting the ...

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Sydney PEN is presenting the session Protecting Journalists' Sources - Moral Imperative or legal slippery slope at 4.30 to 5.30 pm on Thursday 14 September, featuring Mark Bowling, Michael Meadows, Sarah Stewart, John Swinson and Denise Leith - The full program, which is available at www.brisbanewritersfestival.com.au, also features Sydney PEN members Terri Janke, Nick Earls, Libby Gleeson, Anita Heiss, Linda Jaivin, Christopher Kremmer, Antony Loewenstein, Jacki Weaver, David Williamson.

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