FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York—September 22, 2022
Celadon Books, a division of Macmillan Publishers, announced today that its exclusive collaboration with The New Yorker to publish the House Select Committee's report on the January 6th attack on the United States Capitol will feature an epilogue by Congressman Jamie Raskin. As previously shared, the report will be published instantly as an e-book and paperback edition with an introduction by New Yorker Editor, David Remnick.
Representative Raskin, a constitutional scholar who served as one of the managers in the impeachment of former President Trump, has called the assault on the Capitol “an attempted coup wrapped inside a violent riot wrapped inside some cosmetic protests on the outside.”
Of the publication, Remnick says: “The New Yorker is proud to partner with Celadon Books in presenting and making sense of what promises to be an important historical document, the first comprehensive portrait of the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol.”
President and Publisher Deb Futter negotiated the deal with Eric Simonoff of WME; contributions to the text will be edited by Celadon Executive Editor, Bill Hamilton.
Deb Futter adds, “The January 6th Report will be a landmark publication, and Celadon is honored to work in conjunction with The New Yorker and Representative Raskin to provide the American people with a full picture of the tragic events of that day.”
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