Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The Roundup with PW


Australian Pub Pulls Book in China: A book published by Allen & Ulwin alleging wide Chinese influence on institutions in Australia has been pulled, feeding censorship fears.

'Vanity Fair' to Tap Radhika Jones: The short-lived editorial director of the 'New York Times' books desk is said to be the top choice to succeed Graydon Carter.

Gal Gadot Might Leave 'Wonder Woman': The star of the DC Comics adaptation will bail on future projects if director, producer, and accused harasser Brett Ratner isn't fired.

How to Adapt a Short Story for TV: The promising pilot of the George Saunders adaptation 'Sea Oak'—which he wrote and co-produced—debuts on Amazon.

All Hail Agatha Christie: With several upcoming and recent adaptations and two biopics in development, it's once again time to pay tribute to the Queen of Crime.

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