For Freedom to Read Week, Feb. 26 to March 3, the Ottawa Citizen asked several Ottawa writers to read from works that have been censored, banned or challenged. Some of these writers will appear at the Censored Out Loud fundraiser for PEN Canada on Feb. 29. For more information, see www.OttawaTonite.com.
View videos by Nichole McGill, Phil Jenkins, Oni the Haitian Sensation, rob mclennan and Alan Cumyn.
My choice was Toronto writer Lynn Crosbie's novel, Paul's Case (Insomniac Press, 1998).
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