Jonathan Evison is a Washington-based novelist who’s had some success with his work. He has penned seven novels, one of which was made into a film starring Paul Rudd and Selena Gomez,

and has won a few literary honors for his writing. As a result, Evison may be better remembered as the author of a book that was censored. A young Mexican-American man is the focus of his 2018 novel

The claim is utterly false. The narrator, now an adult, recalls a sexual encounter he had with another youth, not an adult, in his adolescence. The action depicted is not gory

There is a good probability that your children have homosexual, black, and Latino classmates. In my opinion, I don’t know what you’re trying to protect kids from.

I had to take a break from social media for the first few weeks. I was the victim of doing. In addition to receiving death threats, I was the subject of a cyberattack.

The book’s sales increased in direct proportion to the level of public outrage. People are buying multiple copies of my book and then giving them free.

It depends on the artist. I’m going to write what I’m going to write for myself. Trying to challenge myself is only a way for me to push myself even further.

Probably. Right away, I saw this as an opportunity. Publishers, on the other hand, may have been a little nervous about it. Many people avoided giving me publicity, so I didn’t get any help.

I find it appalling that a bunch of conservatives who claim to be patriots is attempting to impose a large censorship campaign on a group of people

“These woke educators are attempting to keep your voice out of the classroom!” — Honestly, it’s a little depressing. They’re fighting a losing battle in the culture war, and they know it.