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*Authors Guild, Amazon and PRH Jointly Sue Ukrainian KISS Library for Book Piracy (Press Release)
*William Morrow Cancels Ed Henry's September Book After His Is Fired by Fox News for Sexual Misconduct (Daily Beast)
*Barnes & Noble Education Will Consider Outerbridge Board Nominations, But Is "Surprised" Since They Are Doing Such An Awesome Job Already (Press Release)
*ICM Lays Off About 40 Assistants, But Will Pay Remaining Assistants A Minimum of $20 An Hour (Memo, via Deadline)
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Fiction: Debut: Sequoia Nagamatsu's HOW HIGH WE GO IN THE DARK, a speculative literary novel spanning generations and locales, from funerary skyscrapers to hotels for the dead to interstellar starships, and following a cast of intricately linked characters over hundreds of years as humanity struggles to rebuild itself in the aftermath of a climate plague, pitched as in the vein of Station Eleven and Cloud Atlas, to Jessica Williams at William Morrow, in a major deal, in a pre-empt, in a two-book deal, by Annie Hwang at Ayesha Pande Literary (NA).
Rights to Paul Baggaley at Bloomsbury UK, by Margaret Halton at PEW Literary, on behalf of Hwang.
*The Mystery of Atonement- A 12-volume Study Series  by H. Mark Edward (Amazon search)
Offered by: H. Mark Edward (Mystery of Atonement Teaching Series)  |  Posted: July 2
*Good Grief for Now and Later  by C. Edward Mason
Offered by: Eric Lincoln Miller (3ibooks Literary Agency)  |  Posted: July 1
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