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Freight Books authors told to buy back their stock or have it pulped

In the UK, authors at Freight Books, the Scottish independent publisher that went into provisional liquidation in October 2017, have been told to buy back their stock or have it be pulped, reports the Bookseller. The company’s debt is estimated at £160,000 (A$280,000), with money owed to authors, agents, and...

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Category: International news