Dear Catalog Industry Member: If you have yet to come across this article, which appeared on September 6th in the Washington Post, New York Times, NY Daily News, and other major news outlets, it's worth a read, but with a grain of salt. Before you click on it, in a nutshell the article says the "Postal Service is currently petitioning the agency that oversees it, the Postal Regulatory Commission, to grant the biggest change to its pricing system in a half century: the authority to lift a cap on postal rates. The commission’s decision is expected within weeks." Rest assured, the USPS has not filed for such an increase. The headline of the story, "Analysis: Postal woes demand jump in stamp price to 60 cents," relates to the price increase needed to close the gap in postal finances in once fell swoop." Click Read More below for additional detail.
Hit by supply chain shortages, one more time.
Britney Spears has reportedly finished writing what promises to be a bombshell of a celebrity memoir — but its publication date will apparently be delayed due to a lack of paper, according to TMZ.
Back in February, Page Six exclusively broke the news that the Princess of Pop had signed a $15 million book deal with Simon & Schuster, which nabbed the contract following what was said to be a months-long bidding war amongst publishing houses for the rights to Spears’ autobiography.
But now that the “Dear Diary” singer, 40, has at last been able to get it all down in writing, her life’s story won’t reach the eyes of the public for some time thanks to nationwide manufacturing upheavals that have resulted in a massive “paper crunch” in the book publishing industry, per Publishers Weekly.
more at source: https://pagesix.com/2022/07/30/britney-spears-finished-her-memoir-now-awaiting-publication/