Tag: Banned Books
Payam Feili: Walking on WaterSeptember 2014
Flash Fiction: My mother is the goddess of the seas. My fetus still floats in her womb.
Sherman Alexie: The Value of Subverting AuthorityOctober 2012
Banned Books: The acclaimed author speaks about what motivates his censors, self-censorship, and the value of stories.
James M. Decker: Henry Miller’s Pyrrhic VictoryOctober 2012
Banned Books Week: Though Miller defeated censorship, his work was misunderstood and cartoonishly simplified
Katherine Paterson: The Risks of Great LiteratureOctober 2012
Banned Books Week: The celebrated and banned children’s book author speaks with us about the fears of censors, the deaths of children, and what we need to risk for literature.
Alice Walker: Writing What’s RightOctober 2012
Banned Books Week: The author of The Color Purple (and one of America’s most censured writers) tells Megan Labrise about finding wisdom in the songs of ancestors, why her acclaimed novel won’t be translated into Hebrew, and approaching writing in a priestly state of mind.
Katie Ryder: Banned Books WeekSeptember 2012
Next Week, the Guernica Daily will feature interviews and essays in support of free thinking, reading, and writing.