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LOHREY & DIAZ – Should Literature Be Political?

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‘It was not only valuable, but historic’ – Junot Diaz on the Edinburgh World Writers’ Conference

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MARKOVITS, SULAIMAN, FLINT & LI – Should Literature Be Political?

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Benjamin Markovits on Literature & Politics, Byron & the Longevity of Lists

Edinburgh World Writers' Conference 2012-13

Literary Orderlies & Specialists of the Unknown: A Dispatch from EWWC St Malo

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DOS SANTOS – Should Literature Be Political?

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“Every book is political” – Jose Rodrigues dos Santos gears up for EWWC Lisbon

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RAHIMI – Should Literature Be Political?

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OLIVE SENIOR – Should Literature Be Political?

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Aonghas MacNeacail: I am not an adjective. The poet on cultural identity and travelling to Cairo for EWWC

Burgess & Astvatsaturov

BURGESS & ASTVATSATUROV – Should Literature Be Political?

Antjie Krog and Njabulo Ndebele

NDEBELE & KROG – Should Literature Be Political?

Should Literature Be Political?

AHDAF SOUEIF – Novels and their relationship with current affairs

Edinburgh World Writers' Conference 2012-13

Owen Sheers on EWWC – Edinburgh, Day 1