PW runs freedom of expression tribute

US book trade publication Publishers Weekly is to run a special section next week as a tribute to freedom of expression following the terrorist attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo in France, in which 12 people died. The magazine’s owner, George Slowik Jr, said it was jumping “fully into the fray of defending freedom of expression” after the Charlie Hebdo attack and "the disquieting events around ‘The Interview’”. The film, a comedy about North Korea, was pulled from cinemas prior to its release after concerns about safety from cinemas. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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