By Tom Blunt 3 min 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.
By Signature Views 4 min read
Shaka Senghor spent 19 years in prison, and has become a leading voice in criminal justice reform. Here, he identifies the areas where change is necessary.
By Robert Silverman 16 min read
Chris Hayes's "A Colony in a Nation" offers a deeply researched examination of the current and historical forces driving our ever-expanding carceral state.
By Signature 5 min read
Signature went behind the books with Jane Corry to discuss her reading and writing habits and the publication of her debut thriller, My Husband's Wife.
By Tobias Carroll 6 min read
The history of prisons often reveals more about the jailers than the jailed. These books shed light on the politics behind the world's many prison systems.
By Jennie Yabroff 5 min read
Lists of banned books in prisons are as lengthy as they are arbitrary. If prisons are to be rehabilitative in any way, banning books goes against all logic.