New York’s most influential newspaper has a book about Donald Trump that is getting a second printing.
The Times Book Review is selling a collection of the memoirs of Espace’s multimedia font-maker, Matthew DeCicco.
DeCiccos memoir, Espace: The Art of Being, is out June 30 and the Times Book Club is holding a reading and signing event at its new downtown location on Tuesday, July 8, at 1 p.m.
The event will feature the book’s cover art and cover layout.
DeVries, the Times’ executive editor and publisher of the magazine, said he was excited to bring the book to New York.
He also praised DeCics book, which he described as “a great, beautiful book, filled with good words and an extraordinary story.”
The book covers topics like how DeCiccos business partner got the font from him, how DeCarlo got the company to launch, and how he became the CEO of a new digital publishing company.
The book is available for $25 on the TimesBook Club website.
The book also includes a section on how to become the next president of the United States, which DeCicios told the Times he was “very interested in.”
The Times Book Critic’s list of the 100 greatest American writers includes DeCuccios name.
DeCarlo, who founded the Fontainebleaux, a brand of font makers that DeCuccos brother, Paul, founded, has been a prominent figure in the media and political world since the election of President Trump.
DeMarco was one of the most vocal critics of Trump’s presidency, particularly during his first months in office, which led to the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
In March, the New York Post reported that DeCarlaos family had donated $1.5 million to a pro-Trump super PAC.
DeCarluos was also a major donor to Trump’s reelection campaign in 2016.
The New York Sun reported in March that he and his family donated $50,000 to the campaign of New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie, a former Trump campaign adviser.
The DeCarlons have also been known to take on issues with Trump.
In 2015, they donated $2 million to the pro-life group Americans United for Life.
In the memoir, DeCarlon said he would be “proud” to see Trump’s administration succeed.
DeCarlos said he had been preparing for this book for years, but the book was “a complete surprise” when it arrived on the newsstands in April.
The next day, he got an email from publisher Simon & Schuster, thanking him for writing his memoirs and offering him a place to publish it.
The following month, he and DeCarolos son, Michael, joined the staff of Espaces parent company, New York-based multimedia company DeCocos Group.
Michael DeCarolaos was an executive at the Times in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
The family has been involved in media and politics since the 1990s.
Michael’s wife, Kathleen, is the executive director of the New America Foundation, a non-partisan think tank that seeks to advance U.S. global leadership and democracy.