After running stories about vaginal steam cleaning and shower urinating, it’s only natural that Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop would venture into book publishing.
Paltrow is reportedly adding a book publishing line to her feminine lifestyle publication and has announced the release of a cookbook next spring.
Goop Press will release Paltrow’s It’s All Easy cookbook in April, and a beauty book is scheduled to come out next fall, the UK Telegraph reports.
The Oscar-winning actress says she’s “excited to memorialize” Goop for women around the world.
Despite claims that Goop is out of touch with everyday women, which make up its target demographic, Paltrow insists she’s “incredibly close to the common woman.”
Goop Press is set to publish one Goop-branded book every year, and three additional releases “sourced from Goop editors and it’s expert contributors.”
Last month, one of Paltrow’s expert contributors came under fire for an essay erroneously linking the wearing of bras to breast cancer.
During the Fast Company Innovation Festival in NYC this week, Paltrow also addressed critics of her divorce lingo, when she said earlier this year that she and ex-husband Chris Martin were “conscious uncoupling.”
“When I was announcing my husband and I were separating and we were trying to follow this specific way of doing it and the philosophy is conscious uncoupling and we like broke the f*cking internet,” said Paltrow. “It’s such a hard time personally and then you have this added layer of criticism.”