Apropos of Nothing

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From our Swindon Correspondent:

From the Guardian

Woody Allen’s memoir, dropped by its original publisher after widespread criticism, has found a new home.

The 400-page book, still called Apropos of Nothing, was released on Monday by Arcade Publishing.

So, not only did Hachette not stop it being published (because at the end of the day, you can always stick it on Kindle yourself), they don’t get the money and they gave it a load of publicity it wouldn’t have had before, so will sell a load of copies.
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I wonder if they gave him an advance, and if they have the gall to try and claim it back.

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Well I’ve certainly never heard of it and I can’t imagine bothering to read it, but I’m glad the woke censors, in at least this instance, have failed in their efforts to ban it.