Re: RARA-AVIS: Selective Censorship?

From: Mark Sullivan (
Date: 22 Jun 2002

Joy wrote:

"A few months ago, a prominent university press could not find a U.S. printer that would work on its book, which was to accompany a museum exhibit."

What was the exhibit and what did the printers find objectionable? I'm assuming it was somehting visual, not something they would have had to have read the book to find.

Have any hardboiled publishers run into problems getting covers printed? And given that the objectification is a longtime American tradition, I doubt that would get somethign bounced. So what does? Anything?


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