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WSJ News Exclusive | New Book Publisher Caters to Conservative Voices It Says Are Being Silenced

All Seasons Press, led by two industry veterans, backs right-wing authors as mainstream houses face growing disputes over editorial decisions.

6/15/2021 3:45:00 PM

Two veteran book-publishing executives have teamed up to launch a conservative publishing house. “I’m increasingly concerned and somewhat outraged about what’s going on in terms of free speech and free press.”

All Seasons Press, led by two industry veterans, backs right-wing authors as mainstream houses face growing disputes over editorial decisions.

June 15, 2021 8:00 am ETTwo veteran book-publishing executives have teamed up to launch a conservative publishing house called All Seasons Press LLC as ideological debates roil a book industry increasingly fueled by demand for political titles.Louise Burke, the former president and publisher of Simon & Schuster’s Gallery Books Group, and Kate Hartson, whom Hachette Book Group dismissed as editorial director of its Center Street imprint earlier this year, said conservative authors are finding it harder to get published in the post-Trump era.

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“I’m increasingly concerned and somewhat outraged about what’s going on in terms of free speech and free press,” said Ms. Burke, who retired in August 2017 after a 40-year career. She is now the publisher of All Seasons Press, which has already signed book deals with two former officials of the Republican Trump administration.

The company’s launch comes as some conservatives allege that much of the nation’s news media, publishers and mainstream social-media platforms are biased against them.that they say better support free speech.Ms. Burke cited a recent employee petition at Simon & Schuster

calling on the publisher to cancel a two-book dealwith former Vice President Mike Pence and to shun agreements with other Trump administration officials. Simon & Schuster Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Karp rejected that request, which attracted signatures from 14% of staffers. The petition said publishing Mr. Pence would represent “legitimizing bigotry” related to his political career, including policies he backed in the White House.

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Cater all ya like. Itz the number of sales that counts and what price. Nobody should listen to liars and demagogues. should go as well as Donald’s blog Conservative or crazy? Nobody is listening. Fail. How do you tell a conservative, Hans in both pockets , aye! Shapiro just wrote some right-wing porn that got published … and it appears to be written at the level of a 5th grader that is getting a “C” in ELA. Suspicious this narrative is just marketing to publish 💩

I remember when Liberals espoused Freedom of Speech & Thought. I guess that was before the Communists took over the Democrat Party. Rich white dudes not being listened to. So sad. Not! Light weight wing nuts... Lets be honest, Conservatives don't really read.

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How can they be silenced when they won’t shut up? On every damn talk show Pumping out books like a clown car Creating their own social media platforms Sucking up all the oxygen from the planet. Just rich guys wanting their taxes cut. Go away Mein Kampf Did Ron Vara get a deal? 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 And how are they going to distribute them? Sounds like another failure like Parler. Another money loser.

Another grift. Publish materials the market rejects and then have the Party, candidates, and foundations buy thousands of copies thereby channeling cash to authors and the publisher. Not being silenced. Nobody wants to hear the bullshit. What a perspective ! At a time when populist leaders elected through democratic institutions are training their guns against liberalism .

The problem is the nazi want to be THE ONLY VOICE!!! and promoting violence against liberals is a good thing. But violence against the GQP is a mortal sin. According to them. But violence against liberals is a godly act. NAZI's are just odd people.

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These guys look identical to me. There’s a special place in hell for people that publish their own books. What trash. Lol. Regulation of an out of control industry! Propagandist, frequently hiding under cover as journalist. Are in need of oversight! All this concern for free speech, while conservatives actively work to strip Americans of their freedoms!

Finally, someone to publish my latest research on phrenology and how imbalance in the four humors leads to moral degeneracy. Publishing, for the most part, is a business and companies will put out titles that they think will make money. This venture looks more like a political endeavour - and the mention of “free speech” is arrant nonsense

Just because no one wants to publish conservative nonsense, it’s not a First Amendment issue. Brief recap - 1st Amendment protects us against government censorship, as in the feds shut you down. Private companies deciding not to publish is called a business decision. Got it? By 'free speech' they mean 'the ability to make money off of absolute 100% Grade A BULLSHIT from people who are notorious con men, cheats, and imbeciles.'

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