The statement, which is signed by all 11 agents at ABLA, concludes, "As an agency founded and run by women, we are greatly invested in this conversation. If you have experienced harassment or bullying, have found yourself in uncomfortable situations, or have questions or concerns, please know that our doors are open to you."
On Tuesday a Netflix spokesperson released a brief statement about the upcoming second season of their adaptation of 13 Reasons Why: "Jay Asher was not involved in the second season of 13 Reasons Why. The upcoming season will not be impacted in any way."
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Erika Turner has joined Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's new children's imprint Versify as editorial project manager. Previously she was managing editor of the Vera Institute of Justice.
Emily Bamford has been promoted to publicist at Random House Children's.