BPC Bulletin: Quebec Libraries Remove the Works of Gabriel Matzneff
In Quebec, public libraries in Montreal and Gatineau have withdrawn the works of Gabriel Matzneff from their collections.
In France, the police are investigating Matzneff, once a celebrated author, for having sex with youngsters.
Sandra Abma of CBC News reports:
In La Presse, Raphael Pirro reports:
Basem Boshra of CTV News reports:
In Le Devoir, Pierre Trudel comments:
The writers’ union of Quebec (UNEQ) comments:
In Le Devoir, Jean-François Nadeau comments:
In La Presse, Paul Journet comments:
The Book and Periodical Council was formed in 1975 as the Book and Periodical Development Council to provide a venue for members to discuss industry issues, address mutual concerns and undertake projects for the benefit of Canadian writing and publishing.