Author Alice Sebold’s memoir ‘Lucky’ pulled from shelves following exoneration of man convicted of 1981 rape
The publishers for Alice Sebold’s memoir, “Lucky,” have pulled the title from shelves after a man was exonerated last week of the 1981 rape that was the basis for her book, Fox News has confirmed.
“Following the recent exoneration of Anthony Broadwater, and in consultation with the author, Scribner and Simon & Schuster will cease distribution of all formats of Alice Sebold’s 1999 memoir ‘Lucky’ while Sebold and Scribner together consider how the work might be revised,” a spokesperson for Simon & Schuster, which owns Sebold’s publisher, Scribner, wrote in a statement to Fox News Digital on Wednesday.
The publisher also shared the memorandum to its social media.
Anthony Broadwater was convicted of raping Sebold in 1982. Broadwater, now 61, spent 16 years in prison for the…