Pick up your PEN

O'Connor, Jennifer
February 2004
Xtra (Toronto);2/19/2004, Issue 504, p26
Focuses on the Disappearing Languages Appearing book readings by PEN Canada at the Toronto Reference Library in Ontario on February 27, 2004. Objective of PEN Canada in holding the event; List of authors who will read at the event; Suggested donations for the event.


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