Ann Coulter has landed a book deal with Penguin Group’s Sentinel imprint, scheduled to publish an unnamed book “directly relevant to the presidential election” in October.
William Morris Endeavor agent Mel Berger negotiated the deal with Sentinel publisher Adrian Zackheim. The book’s subject will remain “confidential for now,” according to the release.
Jason Pinter added some context to the move: Coulter had previously published her work with Random House’s Crown Forum imprint.
Zackheim had this statement: “Ann Coulter is one of the most provocative and controversial pundits on any side of the political spectrum. We’re thrilled to have her join Sentinel’s roster and excited to watch the fireworks this October.”
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