Utah Publishing Company Drops WOVEN Because of Reference to Homosexuality in Author Biography
According to Reuters, controversy has been stirring around a Utah publishing company that dropped a book because the author referred his partner in his biography.
Though Michael Jensen's new book, 'Woven,' does not reference homsexuality within its text, because his book jacket mentions his boyfriend, Cedar Fort Pubishing, which focuses on the Mormon market, would not publish the novel because it would 'upset bookstores it does business with.'
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In the book, Nels was the kingdom's most aspiring knight, until he was murdered. Now Nels is a ghost, haunting the one person who can see him--the kingdom's only heir, Princess Tyra--until she agrees to help him. What they uncover runs much deeper: a kingdom in distress, a dangerous rogue with powerful magic, an ancient needle that can weave Nels back to life, and a love that transcends death itself.