Posted on August 7, 2023 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
I have the perhaps controversial (but perhaps not) opinion that Tuesday is actually the crummiest day of the week, for those who work Monday through Friday.
But Monday is the day that gets the bad rap, so it seems right to share two pieces of news about literary limits.
One is actually quite large — it's BookRiot's weekly roundup of book censorship news, which opens with a reflection that we could be returning to the days of child-free libraries.
The other is the cancellation of an event; NPR spoke with a co-organizer of the Asian American Literature Festival, which the Smithsonian declined to host this year, about the breakup and the replacement festivities.
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