Science-fiction writer Harlan Ellison‘s defamation lawsuit against Fantagraphics Books was resolved yesterday. According to an email sent out by Fantagraphics head Gary Groth, “the parties are not at liberty to discuss the terms of the resolution at this time.” Funnily enough, Ellison’s website has the exact same message, only with one critical detail changed: “The parties are not at liberty to discuss the terms of the resolution. At this time.” Oooooooooh.
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