The publishing industry, or whatever of it isn't at its beach house, is all atwitter today over the news that somebody is going to publish O. J. Simpson's 'If I Did It,' with commentary from the Goldman family, who won the rights to the contested memoir in a lawsuit. Will it be cheesy, slightly shady Atria, home of authors like Jodi Picoult and subway-erotica factory Zane? Or how about Broadway, which publishes everything from Bikini Bootcamp to I Got Your Back ("In a powerful testimony, music legends Eddie Levert and his late son Gerald offer up their father-son bond as a realistic and encouraging example of the healing and renewal that's possible in black families"). Of course there's also Hyperion, the Disney-owned house that usually tries to avoid soiling its hands with this type of thing—even as it prepares to publish You Can Run But You Can't Hide by Dog the Bounty Hunter. Or will it be someone small, some dark horse? Let's all hold our breath together.