RIM's lawyers were in rare form on this one.
Apr 22 2011, 1:51pm CDT
A stirring new book describes how publishers defied censors to bring James Joyce's masterpiece to the world ...
Full article at: Salon
Jun 15 2014, 5:10pm CDT
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A Florida man is facing stalking and obscenity charges after police say he drunkenly sent lewd photos to ...
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Jun 11 2014, 4:53am CDT
Source: Today in Literature
On this day in 1957, U.S. Customs agents seized 520 copies of Allen Ginsberg's Howl on the grounds of obscenity. Ginsberg and his lawyers were not hopeful when they learned that the trial judge was a Sunday school teacher who had recently sentenced five shoplifters to a screening of The Ten Commandments, but the ruling was unequivocally for the poem.
Full article at: Today in Literature
Mar 25 2012, 9:48pm CDT