There is a fascinating article at New York Magazine about Judith Regan and how she became to be the fall person for the OJ Simpson debacle. The author, Vanessa Grigoriadis, seems to have some personal connection with Regan and admits to finding her likeable. The article provides interesting backstory to ... more >
HarperCollins announced that its Regan Books imprint will be eliminated. As of March 1, 2007, all Regan books will display the HC logo. Via Media Bistro.
Even after HarperCollins officially pulled the plug on the OJ Simpson fabled tell all, If I Did It, and all 400,000 copies (except the stolen ones and ones inadvertentlys shipped) are slated to be destroyed, TIME reports that OJ will be getting the rights to this story sometime in 2007. ... more >
According to Variety, Judith Regan, who was fired on Friday night of last week, is filing a suit seeking at least, the balance of compensation owed under her contract. Via Media Bistro. If you missed it, Monday opened with swirling allegations that Regan was fired for anti-semitic remarks.
HarperCollins announced that Judith Regan was fired. I don’t know if it was because of the OJ book or because of the perverse fictionalized reality memoir of Mickey Mantle that she planned to publish. The Mantle book was described as Two media insiders who have read the galley, each of ... more >