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March 6, 2014
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The Puterbaugh Festival of International Literature and Culture is just weeks away, and we’re proud to announce the official launch of the festival website at www.puterbaughfestival.org.
The site also adapts as a web app for your mobile devices! Download it now to easily access the schedule of events, read bios of the authors and photographers, and keep up with the news and events surrounding the festival straight from your mobile device or tablet.
The spring 2013 Puterbaugh Festival will highlight the work of Ethiopian writer Maaza Mengiste,World Literature Today’s 2013 Puterbaugh Fellow. WLT has also invited internationally renowned photographer Phil Borges to speak at the opening of the exhibition Stirring the Fire: A Global Movement to Empower Women and Girls. The Puterbaugh Festivals are part of a forty-year tradition through which WLT brings world-class writers (often future winners of the Nobel Prize) to the University of Oklahoma campus for an international symposium, public talks, and engagement with students and the general public.