Speak Out (Or Should We Say Read Out) for Banned Books Week

We had a successful MFA student reading earlier this week in honor of Banned Books Week (Sept 25 - October 1); now we challenge you to read your own favorite banned book on YouTube.
Readers across the country are sharing their favorite poem, passage, or chapter from previously banned books; here's your chance to speak (read) out against censorship!

Here's the list of most frequently challenged books in 2010 and well as a list of the most challenged "classics".

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Being an English major, I recently stumbled across the topic of banned books on Wikipedia and found this topic very intriguing.It is also unimaginable that the United States would ban books,yet they did.So many of these banned books were amazing literarature.