Simon & Schuster
A Simon & Schuster representative said that plans have changed.
Simon & Schuster's outside counsel Elizabeth McNamara penned a fiery response to the president's legal team.
The book follows a Kenyan girl uncomfortable with her dark skin on a journey to rediscover beauty.
The controversial far-right figure said he will represent himself.
Christmas has come late.
Joey still has no idea she's the queen of dress-up while she sleeps.
One was inspired by her experience at the Academy Awards.
A new book explores a young boy's life with the rare Williams syndrome.
The alt-right blogger takes aim at “journalists, professors, politicians, feminists, Black Lives Matter activists, and other professional victims.”
Nothing that has happened has been about “freedom of speech” at all.
The alt-right writer may find self-publishing success, but mainstream validation will be harder to come by.
No, she won't be going back to Simon & Schuster.
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Two years ago, NCAA championship soccer coach Lincoln "Tiger" Phillips wrote, "I firmly believe that there are no strangers
Simon & Schuster's CEO penned a letter against hate speech.
"In response to this disgusting validation of hate, we will not cover a single [Simon & Schuster] book in 2017."
I'm thinking I don't know what to think other than this novel, I'm Thinking of Ending Things is a brilliant, well-constructed Hitchcockian tale with a huge creep factor that will leave you scheduling a manicure for wrecked nails.