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Duluth Schools Cut To Kill A Mockingbird, Huck Finn

Also in the news: Johnny Cash's secret poetry, and the search for queerness in Caribbean literature. Welcome to the Daily Blunt!


The Sensational Allure of Lost Books in Fiction and Nonfiction

It's a tragedy when a book is destroyed or lost - we can't help but wonder what we missed out on. Perhaps this is why we're drawn to stories about them.


NYC Subway Celebrates 25 Years of ‘Poetry in Motion’

The MTA's 'Poetry in Motion' program is an oft-underappreciated and long-running NYC gem. We're reflecting on this and more in today's Daily Blunt.


The Banned Books Michigan Prisoners Aren’t Allowed to Read

Banned books are still a thing, you guys! This, Kurt Andersen's reflections on crazy America, and more - all in today's Daily Blunt.


Resistance Reading List: 12 Books Banned by Tucson Schools

Indeed, books are still being banned in this country in the year 2017. This, Shakespeare's never-ending influence, and more - all here in our Daily Blunt.


The Ongoing Search for the Books Plundered by Nazis During WWII

Anders Rydell, author of The Book Thieves, reveals that the Nazi regime plundered, rather than burned, the contents of private libraries across Europe.