Banned Books Week is an annual time to recognize and contemplate the “objectionable” literature in America: texts that sects of society have deemed morally, religiously, sexually, racially, whatever-it-may-be-ly reprehensible.
Why Can’t Shakespeare Go to Jail?: Thoughts on Literature Banned from American Prisons October 17, 2011
Banned Books Week September 26, 2011
Join the UCWbL in celebrating Banned Books Week! On Monday, September 26, from 10 am to 1 pm we’ll be reading from a selection of frequently banned, challenged, and edited books at the DePaul Center, Room 11013. After the reading, stay for snacks and a discussion on the history and current state of international censorship led by the Collaborative for Multilingual Writing and Research. If you can’t make it Monday, then join us on Friday, September 30, from 10 am to 2 pm for a reading of banned books in the Student Center Atrium in Lincoln Park. We hope you can join us in celebrating the freedom to think, read, and write!
Scrawl Radio, 7/29 July 29, 2011
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This week’s episode featured readings by Flask Fiction winners Stella Martin and SCRAWL’s own Devin Leigh, an introduction to our newest segment, and more Ace of Base (because really, we can never get enough of those Swedish songbirds). (more…)