Taking an interim break from coronavirus talks, the whole idea that Hachette has signed up to publish Woody Allen memoir, Apropos of Nothing was a huge controversy, which included staffers staging a walkout and Ronan Farrow swearing off the publisher of his bestseller Catch and Kill, prompting Stephen King to declare his uneasiness over what could seem like a form of censorship.
However, the accused director got himself a publisher as Arcade Publishing published Allen's memoir today, the Associated Press reported. Though it isn't yet available on Amazon, or even Arcade’s own website, AP was apparently given a copy of the book to summarize with affirmation from a publicist declaring it was unclear if there would be any interviews coming from the Oscar-winning filmmaker who’s been dogged by molestation charges by his daughter Dylan, which he has steadfastly denied.
Arcade describes the book as “a candid and comprehensive personal account by Woody Allen of his life,” Arcade announced, “ranging from his childhood in Brooklyn through his acclaimed career in film, theater, television, print and standup comedy, as well as exploring his relationships with family and friends.”
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