Multihyphenate Phoebe Robinson is launching her own imprint, Tiny Reparations Books, with her publisher, Plume. The bestselling author, actress, and comedian will, PRH said, publish fiction and nonfiction titles "that highlight and amplify unique and diverse voices."
Wayne State University Press, which endured three weeks of internal chaos in February after three senior employees were fired but later reinstated, announced that Stephanie Williams has been appointed director.
Nan A. Talese is retiring after more than 60 years working in the publishing business. Talese has run her eponymous imprint at Doubleday since 1990, where she published a long roster of award-winning authors.
In an unusually massive reply brief, Trump family attorney Charles B. Harder ripped publisher Simon & Schuster for rushing ahead with the publication of Mary L. Trump’s explosive tell-all.
Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil has set August 6 at 11 a.m. for oral argument on a Barnes & Noble motion to knock out two of the most dangerous—and potentially costly—claims in a lawsuit filed against the retailer by fired CEO Demos Parneros in August 2018.
Citing high demand and interest, the publisher has announced that it will release Mary L. Trump's tell-all early, on Tuesday, July 14.
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"Plaintiff seeks an injunction that would restrain Ms. Trump from sharing insights she alone can share on the current President during his re-election.There may be no more serious First Amendment injury in American law," argues Mary L. Trump's legal team concludes in the filing.
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Judge Alan Scheinkman held that because Simon & Schuster is not a party to the confidentiality agreement at the heart of the case, they could not be restrained from going ahead with planned publication of Mary J. Trump's book without a full hearing of the facts.
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Among the key points in a 20-page brief, Simon & Schuster lawyers point out the obvious: that the publisher is not a party to and is not bound by any confidentiality agreement agreed to by the Trump family.
In an email to National Book Critics Circle members from the organization's v-p of membership, Richard Z. Santos, the NBCC provided an update on the current state of its board of directors and issues pertaining to the potential removal of one member.
In a victory for President Trump, New York State Supreme Court justice Hal B. Greenwald has issued an order to show cause and a temporary restraining order blocking publication of Mary L. Trump's forthcoming tell-all, 'Too Much and Never Enough.'
Unnamed Press will donate 50% of the preorder proceeds from 'The Happy Broadcast' to help fund legal and healthcare services for LGBTQ refugees at the border.
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