Random House, Simon & Schuster and Penguin Group USA all have conservative book "imprints." Now Harper Collins is jumping in according to The New York Times. Saul Bellow's son Adam will head Broadside Books:
As Mr. Bellow imagines it, Broadside Books (“it had a certain combative edge,” he said of the title) will publish books on the culture wars, books of ideas, books of revisionist history, biographies, anthologies, polemical paperbacks and pop-culture books from a conservative point of view.
“There’s no reason why almost any publishing genre that we have can’t be approached from a conservative angle,” he said. “I hesitate to define it too narrowly. We’re on the cusp of an explosion of intellectual activity on the right, and I don’t want to limit the kind of submissions I receive.”
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