On the surface book-selling seems sleepy. But just recall O.J. Simpson’s recent tome which cost publishing titan Judith Regan her job at Harpers Collins and suddenly it’s a blood-sport. Ethical questions aside, his book would have…err…killed the competition.
O.J. is Black, but his book wasn’t considered a "Black" book. It could have been. Race has clearly been the driver of his seemingly never-ending story.
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