PEN America's digital archive is now available online. It's a free and fully searchable guide to recordings of some of the biggest writers in the world from 1960 to today. Some highlights:
Haruki Murakami's "first speaking engagement ever," from way back in 1991.
A 1986 group reading with Margaret Atwood, Alice Munro, Harold Brodkey, Robertson Davies, and Cynthia Ozick.
Buckminster Fuller and Pablo Neruda contributing to a conversation about "The Writer in the Electronic Age."
Diane Ackerman, Barry Lopez, and David Quammen discussing a writer's connection to place.
Feel free to search the archives for your own favorites, and let us know what you find.