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Publisher Ready For Mueller Report: Today In Books

This edition of Today in Books is sponsored by Devil’s Daughter by Lisa Kleypas.

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Publisher Ready For Mueller Report 

In anticipation of the possibility of Mueller’s Report being made public, Skyhorse Press is prepared to have it published in book form. How ready? It already has a cover and an attorney commissioned to write the introduction. Guess they got the early bird memo.

The Night Circus Adaptation Gets A Director

Erin Morgenstern’s amazing The Night Circus is being adapted to film by Lionsgate and we now know the director: Geremy Jasper. The adaptation has been in the works since 2011 and has had three writers on the script–Annie Baker, Moira Buffini, Patrick Ness–so here’s hoping that this director news means we’re going to get the film sooner than later.

The Booker Prize Has New Financial Supporter

Man Booker International Prize lost its financial sponsor and thus is going to be known as the The Booker Prize and The International Booker Prize (literature in translation prize). Its new financial support–for the next five years–is “Crankstart, the charitable foundation of Sir Michael Moritz KBE and his wife, Harriet Heyman.” All’s well that ends well.