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    The community and access coordinator at the Iowa City Public Library discusses their experience on the front lines of one of the nation’s most intense legal and legislative battles over the freedom to read and the very real impact book banning campaigns have on the LGBTQ community.

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    Publishers Issue Letter to NYC DOE Over Discarded Books

    After a 'Gothamist' report found that hundreds of children's books had been thrown out on ideological grounds at a Staten Island elementary, a group of publishers and Authors Against Book Bans have written a letter to the NYC DOE over what they call "unlawful censorship."

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    The Top 10 Book Business News Stories of 2023

    The book business in 2023 in a nutshell: Amazon got hit with a federal antitrust lawsuit, Scholastic got mired in a censorship controversy, Simon & Schuster finally found a buyer, AI fever gripped the book business, and publishers stepped up to book bans.

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    New PEN America Report Documents 'Scarlet Letter' Effect of Book Bans

    PEN America has released "a cumulative data summary" of nearly 6,000 book bans in public schools, finding that shared lists of targeted books by organized political groups have led to books and authors being targeted in multiple communities across the country.

  • Religion

    Tracing the Spiritual Power of Publishing: Stephen Prothero

    Stephen Prothero, author of 'God the Bestseller: How One Editor Transformed American Religion a Book at a Time' (HarperOne, Mar. 14), explores Eugene Exman's role in publishing books that remade America's religious life.

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