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The prime goal of censorship is to promote ignorance, whether it is done via lying and bowdlerized school texts or by attacking individual books. ---->>>

I couldn't swear that I believed in the law - or in the American legal system. ---->>>

I'm 68 years old, and I'm as much a criminal now as I was at the age of 22. And, I'm even more of a dissident than I was then. ---->>>

Having a book censored means something. It means you have deeply offended one or more people who felt they needed to protect unsuspecting readers from your inflammatory words, thoughts, and images. ---->>>

All writers want to know that someone is reading their work, taking them seriously. It provides a kind of moral support. ---->>>

I over-scrutinize anyone new entering my life. ---->>>

I'm an active author: I travel to give readings and talks, although I know it's risky. ---->>>

To be censored is one sure way of knowing you have been taken dead seriously. It also speaks to the continuing power of the printed word, almost fifteen hundred years after that amazing invention. ---->>>


Felice Picano profile (felice-picano.jpg)
Nationality: American
Born: 06-21, 2015
Occupation: Writer

Felice Picano (born 1944) is an American writer, publisher, and critic who has encouraged the development of gay literature in the United States. His work is documented in many sources.(wikipedia)