Guest Host: Marc Fisher

A supporter of Charlie Hebdo holds up a copy of the magazine Wednesday at a rally in Brussels.

A supporter of Charlie Hebdo holds up a copy of the magazine Wednesday at a rally in Brussels.

Yesterday’s violent attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo prompted an outpouring of solidarity from people around the world, who saw it as an attack on freedom of speech and artistic integrity. But many artists and journalists feel that their work is being impacted by less obvious acts of intimidation. We talk to the head of the PEN American Center about their work to further the free exchange of ideas and how surveillance concerns shape literature.

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  • Suzanne Nossel Executive Director, PEN American Center

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