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Museum Piece: How ‘Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler’ Became A Kids Classic

Glide into the weekend with news about female "space opera" authors, Blitz-era librarians, and more. It's your Daily Blunt!


Turkish Publisher Raided, More Than 2,000 Books Confiscated

Censorship is aggressively alive in Turkey! This, a new romance featuring, um, Colonel Sanders, and more - all in today's Daily Blunt.


New Tajikistan Rule: No Books Allowed In or Out Without Approval

A roundabout way to censorship in Tajikistan, bad news for literary completists, and more, all here and all right now in your Daily Blunt.


That Time in WWI America When Censorship Was Legal

G.J. Meyer, author of The World Remade, joins Signature to discuss a time in American history, during WWI, when censorship was the rule of the land.


‘Fahrenheit 451’ Permission Slip Cues Response From Daily Show Writer

The best response ever to a Fahrenheit 451 permission slip, Calvin and Hobbes for teachers, and more. Creeping along toward the end of October, here's all you need in your Daily Blunt.


A+ Cast Aligns for Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express Cast

Good news for Murder on the Orient Express fans, and devastatingly poignant news out of Jordan as we wrap up Banned Books Week. This and more in your Daily Blunt.