This week on the bookish internet

  • A judge in India has ruled that censored writer Perumal Murugan be allowed to write again. (The Guardian)
  • Guy Gavriel Kay reflects on rules for writers. (LitHub)
  • A Virginia State Senator wants librarians fired for recommending “trash” books to young readers compiled from rabble-rousing groups like YALSA, Scholastic, and Read Kiddo Read. (Comic Book Legal Defense Fund)
  • Cynthia L. Greenlee reports on library desegregation. One of the quotes Greenlee cites made me want to travel back in time and punch a library staffer. (LitHub)
  • There’s a library that serves two towns…in two different countries. (Atlas Obscura)
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