In this article we are going to share about famous Rose Styron, Poet, journalist, and human rights advocate Rose Styron. By Vineyard Light, Rizzoli, 1995; Thieves’ Afternoon, Viking, 1965; and Modern Russian Poetry, both published by Viking Press, were translations from Russian done with her help. She has also published three volumes of poetry. She has poetry that is published in many different places. Her interviews, book reviews, and essays have appeared in publications like American Poetry Review, The Paris Review, Ms. Magazine, Vogue, Holiday, Ramparts, The Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Chicago Sun Times, etc.
Her articles on human rights and foreign policy have appeared in periodicals like The New York Review of Books, The Nation, and The New Republic.
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Writer’s World, her international series of interviews with prominent authors and poets, was produced by “Voice of America.” Subsequently, the chosen articles were syndicated in New Perspectives Quarterly.
In the area of mental health, Styron wrote a chapter for “Unholy Ghost: Writers on Depression,” edited by Nell Casey (Harper Collins, 2002), and she has lectured on William Styron’s illness and its effects on the family at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital.
Styron joined the founding group of Amnesty International USA in 1970 after attending an Afro-Asian writers conference in Moscow and Tashkent. He has since served on the boards of numerous NGOs, including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, The Reebok Human Rights Foundation, The Lawyers Committee For Human Rights, Equality Now, and the Project on Justice (based alternately at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Tufts University), traveling extensively on their behalf. South Africa, Cuba, and Northern Ireland have been the subjects of her most recent involvements. She has also served as head of the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Awards, AI USA’s National Advisory Council, and PEN’s Freedom-to-Write Committee.
Styron now holds positions on the boards of the Association to Benefit Children, the Academy of American Poets, and the USC Brain and Creativity Institute. Styron is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations as well as the overseer for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at New York University.