The publisher of the bestselling G. P. Putnam’s The Grimoires resigned Friday, accusing the author of a pattern of harassment, an allegation that put her on the defensive and made it impossible for her to get the job she was seeking.
In a statement Friday, Green wrote that she had accepted the job at Elsevier, but “I will not be in this position.
I have worked hard at G.P. Putnares work for over a decade and will not tolerate any form of harassment of my staff, customers, clients or anyone else.
I would also like to express my deepest apologies to the readers and to my family for any inconvenience this has caused.
The work that I have done over the years has had a profound impact on people’s lives and I have no doubt that it has also made them stronger, more compassionate, and more successful.
I also want to express that I am grateful for the years of work that this organization has done to help us address the complex issues of sexism and harassment. “
Grimos business model has been in place for over 25 years and I do hope that this new situation will provide for a more transparent and transparent business model for Elsevier.
I also want to express that I am grateful for the years of work that this organization has done to help us address the complex issues of sexism and harassment.
I look forward to the new day in which we are all able to be as inclusive and diverse as we wish to be.”
Green, who had worked for the publisher since 2007, said she was disappointed in the way the investigation was handled.
The publisher had already faced criticism for its handling of an inquiry that found that employees at the company’s flagship journals, the New England Journal of Medicine and the New York Times, made sexist comments about women.
The investigation was widely seen as a victory for women’s rights.
Elsevier declined to comment on the matter.
The inquiry was conducted by the journal’s ethics committee, which said in a report that the authors of the offending articles were not aware of their actions and did not act on them.
The review found that the journal failed to take action, but that the findings were not widely shared or widely reported.
The panel also said that the New Hampshire office of the publisher was not doing enough to protect its employees and that the company had not done enough to educate its employees about their rights.
The New England journal has a reputation for publishing a wide variety of articles on subjects including neuroscience, psychology and religion.
In addition to Green, the other authors on the study are the authors, editor-in-chief Josephine M. Stromberg and assistant editor Jennifer B. Brown.
Green said she has filed a complaint with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, alleging that her employment was violated by the publisher.
The statement was released after a hearing Friday in which a group of lawyers representing women’s organizations, including the National Women’s Law Center and the National Center for Lesbian Rights, presented testimony on the issue.
Among the women who spoke were attorney Patricia M. Johnson, who represents the author in a lawsuit alleging gender bias in the New English Journal of Science and Technology, and the publisher’s chief executive, Richard J. Smith.
The women also included Patricia M., the president of the National Organization for Women.
In her statement, Green said that she will remain in the journal until the investigation is complete.
The G. H. Putney Publishing Company, founded in 1883 by John Putnam, was founded in New York City by his grandson, John Putney.
Its name is derived from the G. Putnams surname.
Its publisher is the same family that owns the Newbury Comics Company.
The Putney family has been involved in publishing since the late 1800s, when its founders purchased the family publishing company from John Putnham in a merger.
The company began publishing in New England in 1887.
The family’s history has included a long list of authors including Jane Austen, Edgar Allan Poe, and William Shakespeare.
It has been widely considered one of the most influential publishers of fiction and nonfiction in the world.
It is one of five major publishing houses in the United States.
The publishers include the Newberry Publishing Company and the Putney Group.
The companies did not immediately respond to requests for comment.