Amid rumors of royal royalties for Prince Harry, political books in the bottom of the summer are mostly focused on the Trumpian finale.
A Justice Department veteran and author of ‘Hatchet Man,’ Elie Honig says, ‘I never wondered, Gee, is the attorney general telling the truth?’
In the first five months of 2021, books on race and social justice sold 700,000 more units than in the same part of 2020.
Publishers formerly with Hachette and Simon & Schuster open politically conservative All Seasons Press ‘to take head-on the cancel culture’ decried by Trump’s advocates.
‘Publishing drives political accountability,’ the Association of American Publishers’ Maria A. Pallante says in her address.
Three speakers were heard on issues of racial and social justice, monopoly power, and the evolution of very big tech in book retail.
Again, Simon & Schuster’s zeal for expanding its strong political books list in nonfiction finds the Big Five house under fire.
Days before Republican John Boehner releases his party-pounding book from Macmillan, Trump’s vice-president gets a book deal of his own.
‘Brian Napack helms the AAP board, saying, ‘A vibrant, independent publishing industry plays an essential role in our democracy.’
The controversial book of a right-wing senator–cancelled by Simon & Schuster–is now to be published by a conservative press S&S distributes.