Banned Books Week
Douglass has been embraced by America, but not the bosses at Gitmo.
The author on why his book exposing Tony Blair and George W. Bush is banned in Guantánamo.
Ian Cobain totally gets why his book is banned from Gitmo.
This banned book reflects the "legal nightmare" of Gitmo, argues Melvyn Bragg.
Alan Dershowitz was shocked to learn that his book had been censored in Guantánamo.
The writer says it's "a badge of honor" to be banned in Gitmo.
Jeremy Paxman finds it "fascinating" that the war poet is banned in Gitmo.
Irvine Welsh has no fucking idea why his book is banned from Gitmo.
The enduring absurdist drama has a long entanglement with censors and prison life.
The starkest difference between the captivity of Anne Frank and those in Guantánamo Bay is that Frank and her family were in hiding. It must be so surreal for detainees in Gitmo to know that the whole world knows they're there.
Michael Gove is replacing To Kill a Mockingbird with the writings of Meera Syal.