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E.P. Dutton was a publishing company, first established as a book retailer in 1852. It moved into publishing in 1864.

In the 1970s, E.P. Dutton produced the Star Trek Reader series, compiling Bantam Books's series of Star Trek: The Original Series adaptations written by James Blish.

The company went through a series of ownership changes in the 1970s and 1980s, until finally bought by the Penguin Group in 1986, which in turn merged with Random House in 2015.

Dutton nowadays exists as a boutique imprint under the Penguin Group. In 2011 it published the hardback edition of Shatner Rules, an autobiography of William Shatner.

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