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PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/11/06 - Let's Be Hearing It

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/11/06 - Let's Be Hearing It

Let's be hearing it | Nov 22, 2006 09:10
Russell Brown's Hard News

I was critical of the way Nicky Hager sprang his Corngate book, Seeds of Distrust, in 2002. I didn't think the possibility of an injunction was real enough to justify the way that story was handled...,


Publishers in crisis! | Nov 21, 2006 19:37
David Slack on his own account

If you thought the news about Nicky Hager was disturbing, that's just the tip of the iceberg. Dozens of titles were being readied for the Christmas market, but thanks to Don's injunction, you can whistle for them now...,

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