From the NY Daily News:
Corey Michael Dalton, a fiction writer and editor with the Saturday Evening Post Society, will spend the entirety of Banned Books Week (Sep. 30-Oct. 6) inside a "prison" made fully out banned books from previous years. Dalton's week long project will take place at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library in Indianapolis, and its goal is to "protest the treatment of Vonnegut's masterpiece, "Slaughterhouse-Five," by a Midwestern school district, according to a press release.
I kinda think it would make more sense if he was kept away from the books. Being surrounded by banned books suggests that he's trapped by the information, rather than being kept from it. Or something.