Stephen King Expresses Worry Over Censorship

Stephen King Expresses Worry Over Censorship

King wrote: “It’s who gets muzzled next that worries me.” One person wrote in response that they should in fact leave office or they would lose their job. She added that the company had chosen to terminate its agreement with Allen, and that he did not have to worry either, because he had the ability to self-publish or get an advertising team.

She said that Mr. Allen wanted “respectability and legitimization” for the business, and that’s what they fought for. Stephen King Expresses Worry Over Censorship Following Publishing Company’s Cancelation Of Woody Allen Memoir

Last Friday, the organization revealed that it was canceling the publication on April 7 of Woody’s memoirs. They also announced that they were returning the rights to the book to Allen.

On Monday it was revealed that Grand Central Publishing was the one who picked up the book, the same company that owned the rights to Ronan Farrow’s book, Catch and Kill, which explored how men in powerful positions use their influence to make shut up their sexual abuse. victims.

So far, Woody and his team have found it difficult to find a home in his memories. The New York Times revealed last year that it had been turned down by four other major publishing companies. The controversy is rooted in the allegation that Allen assaulted his daughter when she was a child.
As noted above, last Thursday, dozens of people in the company held a strike to fight the publication and distribution of the book. They did it to protest against Dylan and Ronan Farrow,