Author Ellen Hopkins reads for Banned Books Week Manifesto. In an interview with NCAC and ABFFE’s Kids Right to Read director, she says, “My book Burned had been and continues to be censored in Pocatello, Idaho… Burned is not available anywhere, including stores and libraries everywhere. I tend to be outspoken and so the Banned Books Week Manifesto came out of this. Censorship is a hot button issue and I wanted the poem to address it.”