October 16, 2011
Whether in China, Algeria or Belarus, books can pose a threat to dictators, religious fanatics and ideologues. But critical texts still manage to reach the public time and again. How? And what sort of danger do authors and publishers face? We talk with Chinese dissident Bei Ling, Algerian publisher Boualem Sansal and Andrej Khadanovich from the Belarusian PEN Center.