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After protests, Hachette drops Woody Allen memoir

bizjournals Monday, 9 March 2020
Following protests and a walkout by staff at Hachette Books, the publisher has decided not to publish an upcoming autobiography of director Woody Allen. "Apropos of Nothing" was supposed to be debuted in April by the Hachette Book Group's imprint Grand Central Publishing. Instead, the publication was canceled, and Hachette gave Allen back his rights to the book. The issue began shortly after Hachette announced publication of the book last week. Allen's adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, spoke out…
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