Booker Prize-winning author Hilary Mantel has died at 70 years old. She was a prolific writer of books, including WOLF HALL.
Banned Books Week has been a busy week for banning books. That, plus a look at some of the regional groups pushing censorship.
The City of Chicago and the Chicago Public Library have declared themselves book sanctuaries, offering a safe space for endangered stories.
The Brooklyn Library has issued thousands of library cards across the country, aiding in the fight against censorship.
LET'S TALK ABOUT IT was quietly pulled from Oak Brook Public Library (IL); village trustee compares it to the Anita Hill testimony.
Today, Spotify has launched its long-awaited audiobooks feature. The company is also looking to create new business models with audiobooks.
In anticipation of Banned Books Week, EveryLibrary Institute conducted a poll that found that the majority of voters oppose book banning.
The Wellington library board has voted in a new policy that the board cannot censor, suppress, or remove ideas and information in the library.
Over 2500 books have been banned in the last year, impacting over 4 million US students, says new PEN America report.
Public libraries are finally getting their own workplace comedy! The Canadian production SHELVED could be the laugh we so desperately need.
The 2022 longlists for the National Book Award in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, translated literature, and young people's literature.
The American Library Association's new report on book challenges this year shows that 2022 will be worse for books than 2021.
Take action during Banned Books Week with these action items. That, plus this week's roundup of book censorship news.
The National Book Foundation has announced the 2022 Longlist for the Young People's Literature Award. Here are the 10 contenders.
"Please don't ban my books in my hometown," John Green concluded in the TikTok. "It's really upsetting for my mom."