This Week’s Whispers and Warnings

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982Press claims WritersWeekly lied about being spammed by them – but they’re once again incorrect. We posted the spam online here.

982Press claims WritersWeekly doesn’t contact companies about warnings. WritersWeekly proves 982Press lied (again) by publishing three warning letters sent to 982Press.

U.S. District Judge Denny Chin says about the Fox News complaint against Al Franken’s new book, “This case is wholly without merit both factually and legally.”

Scathing overseas article about Poetry.com’s unethical practices.

Poetry.com Education Director allegedly admits phrasing is Poetry.com’s letters is misleading.

Negative information posted about Sedgeband Literary Associates.

Warning posted about “Manuel Alvarez” who is allegedly shopping for scripts under the Dreamworks name. Writer claims he’s not with Dreamworks.

Harsh allegations made by two female reporters against St. Paul Pioneer Press.