As Twitchy reported, progressives had a bit of a meltdown on hearing that publisher Simon & Schuster had signed Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos to a $250,000 book deal.

Not surprisingly, there was talk of a boycott immediately.

Yes! No one want to take away your books, but it’s high time for common sense book control.

Not soon after the announcement, the Chicago Review of Books noted that in response, it would not cover any book published by Simon & Schuster in 2017.

The Chicago Review of Books describes itself in its Twitter bio as “dedicated to diverse voices in literature” — within reasonable limits, of course. Consider the Chicago Review your safe space from any disgusting validation of hate that Simon & Schuster might try to slip through the cracks next year.