Aimee Bender, Howard Gordon, Heather Graham, Jamie Ray Newman, Sholeh Wolpe, Gideon Yago, Necar Zadegan, and Hamid Saeidi
In conversation with Reza Aslan
November 9, 2010

The literary anthology Tablet & Pen: Literary Landscapes from the Modern Middle East, as assembled by Reza Aslan, features literature from countries as diverse as Morocco and Iran, Turkey and Pakistan, many presented in English for the first time. Celebrate this landmark publication with a stellar cast who will read from a diverse selection of authors- from Khalil Gibran to Naguib Mahfouz, from Orhan Pamuk to the grand dame of Urdu fiction, Ismat Chughtai.

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