NEW YORK – The New Yorker is working with Macmillan Publishers to publish a book on the House of Representatives’ planned report on the January 6 siege of the US Capitol by supporters of then-President Donald Trump.
The committee reportedly hopes to receive a final report in the fall.
Government reports are not copyrighted and are generally available free of charge, although the Commission’s 9-11 Commission’s September 11 terrorist attacks and Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election became the basis for bestseller books.
For the January 6 report, The New Yorker is working with Celadon Books on a paperback book and e-book to be released immediately after the report’s release. New Yorker editor David Remnick will present the introduction.
“The New Yorker is proud to partner with Celadon Books in presenting and understanding what promises to be an important historical document, the first complete portrait of the January 6 uprising in the Capitol,” Remnick said Thursday.
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