Film director Woody Allen has finally released his memoirs after finding a new publisher. The autobiographical book, titled ‘Apropos of Nothing’, has been edited by Arcade Publishing and is now available in bookstores in the United States, in addition to being purchased through online sales.
On the publisher’s website, they describe Allen’s new work as “sincere and often hilarious” that offer a “comprehensive and personal look” at the filmmaker’s life. The publication reviews the filmmaker’s professional beginnings, as well as other aspects of his private life, such as his marriages, romances and friends. The autobiography also addresses other issues such as allegations of sexual abuse of her daughter, Dylan Farrow, when she was seven years old.
Allen’s book has had a hard time finding a publisher. Last year, The New York Times reported that executives at four major publishers rejected the book in light of allegations of sexual abuse by Dylan Farrow, daughter of Mia Farrow.