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CFP – MMLA November 2017

Call for Papers for the forthcoming MMLA in Cincinnati, OH, November 9-12 2017. MMLA Drama Section CFP Play and Passivism In contradistinction to the MMLA General Theme, “Arts and Activism,” the Drama Caucus seeks papers on play and passivism in … Continue reading

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Harold Pinter Review 2018

The Harold Pinter Review is seeking journal articles for its 2018 issue. Essays on Pinter are welcome, but we would like to encourage essays on other modern and contemporary dramatists for this issue, as well.  For more information, contact ann.hall@louisville.edu.  To submit … Continue reading

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Join the Harold Pinter Society – contribute to the journal

The Harold Pinter society is open again to new members, and plans are in place now to publish new volumes of the journal. The International Harold Pinter Society (IHPS) is dedicated to studying the various art forms of Harold Pinter and … Continue reading

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Salman Rushdie wins the PEN Pinter prize

Established in 2009, the PEN/Pinter prize is awarded every year to a writer of proven literary merit. It was recently declared that Pinter’s friend Rushdie would be this year’s recipient. Maureen Freely, chair of judges, said: “This prize is English PEN’s … Continue reading

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Antonia Fraser plans autobiography

An Express columnist recently announced that in conversation with Dame Antonia Fraser, she had stated that she was compiling an autobiography called My History – A Memoir of Growing Up. Read more: http://www.express.co.uk/comment/columnists/adam-helliker/470161/Lady-Antonia-Fraser-is-ready-to-reveal-all

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Harold Pinter: A Celebration

Featuring Jude law, Alan Rickman, Martin Sheen and Colin Firth, a celebration of Pinter’s writing that was staged in June 2009 is now available to view online: http://dangerousminds.net/comments/harold_pinter_a_celebration_with_jude_law_alan_rickman_michael_sheen_and_co  

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2014 Pinter playwright prize won by Rory Mullarkey

The author of Cannibals, Rory Mullarkey, is this year’s recipient of the Pinter playwright prize. He will now receive a commission from the Royal Court Theatre. Read more: http://www.thestage.co.uk/2014/03/rory-mullarkey-wins-harold-pinter-playwright-prize/

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‘No, You’re Wrong’ – Pinter poems published in Iran

A persian translation of a selection of Pinter’s poems was recently published in Iran, with the title ‘No, You’re Wrong’. ‘No, you’re wrong’ is the first line of a poem entitled Restaurant.

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Speak the Unspeakable CD

A new CD containing recitals by Harold Pinter, Ruth Rose and Harry Ariel has been released to mark the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht. The recordings capture an evening in July 1988 in the Purcell Room in London,  with readings primarily from … Continue reading

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Paul Rogers dies

Paul Rogers, who incarnated the character of Max in Peter Hall’s debut of Pinter’s The Homecoming in 1965, died on 6 October. His performance was later captured in Hall’s film of the production, released in 1973. Guardian obituary: http://www.theguardian.com/stage/2013/oct/14/paul-rogers

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