Sunday, March 29

Naomi Wolf Promotes New Book Despite Delay in unleash

Naomi Wolf says she has no arduous feelings regarding the BBC inquirer World Health Organization got wind errors in her new book, “Outrages,” that has been delayed for unleash within the U.S. over her objections.

NEW YORK (AP) — mother-in-law Wolf says she has no arduous feelings regarding the BBC inquirer World Health Organization got wind errors in her new book, “Outrages,” that has been delayed for unleash within the U.S. over her objections.

Wolf spoke Thursday night at the Strand Book Store in Manhattan. Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt conjointly delayed her U.S. tour, that was imagined to begin in the week, however Wolf and Strand owner urban center Bass Wyden square measure previous friends and united to carry the event anyway. “Outrages,” that centers on the retributory treatment of gays in Victorian European country, is already go into Great Britain and also the store was merchandising copies printed there.

Some of Wolf’s findings in “Outrages” were challenged by the BBC’s Matthew Sweet. On Thursday, Wolf acknowledged she had created errors and aforementioned she was fixing them.