The PEN World Voices festival continued over the weekend with more incredible events. Emily Stokes was warmed by the conversation between master novelists Shirley Hazzard and Richard Ford and thrilled by an impassioned celebration of European literature in translation.
Emily Stokes is an Arts and Features writer for the Financial Times, and an assistant editor at Harper's Magazine.
Patti Smith read poetry, Salman Rushdie talked supermodels as international writers from Estonia to Afghanistan to Mexico gathered to celebrate the PEN World Voices festival. Emily Stokes reports.