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PEN International deeply saddened by the death of Thomas von Vegesack, publisher, writer and free speech activist.
"Thomas von Vegesack, writer, intellectual and Vice President of PEN International, who died on 9th May 2012, will be remembered by all at PEN for his outstanding contribution to literature and the defence of free expression. A Swedish publisher and writer, he was Chair of Swedish PEN 1978-87 and Chair of PEN International’s Writers in Prison Committee 1987-92. He was passionate about PEN and gave a huge amount to us both within Sweden and internationally. By his friends and colleagues, he was valued and esteemed for his unwaveringly loyal and courageous commitment to freedom of expression."
(via Pen International – PEN International deeply saddened by the death of Thomas von Vegesack, publisher, writer and free speech activist.)

PEN International deeply saddened by the death of Thomas von Vegesack, publisher, writer and free speech activist.

"Thomas von Vegesack, writer, intellectual and Vice President of PEN International, who died on 9th May 2012, will be remembered by all at PEN for his outstanding contribution to literature and the defence of free expression. A Swedish publisher and writer, he was Chair of Swedish PEN 1978-87 and Chair of PEN International’s Writers in Prison Committee 1987-92. He was passionate about PEN and gave a huge amount to us both within Sweden and internationally. By his friends and colleagues, he was valued and esteemed for his unwaveringly loyal and courageous commitment to freedom of expression."

(via Pen International – PEN International deeply saddened by the death of Thomas von Vegesack, publisher, writer and free speech activist.)

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