LONDON — Felix Dennis, the colorful British publisher, died Sunday at the age of 67.
His company, Dennis Publishing, said Dennis died “surrounded by his loved ones…peacefully at his home in Dorsington [in Warwickshire, England],” following “a long and painful battle with cancer.” The company added: “Felix was a publishing legend, famed for his maverick and entrepreneurial style and, more lately, a successful and much-loved poet. He will be greatly missed.”
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