Image: an aisle at a public library, flanked by shelves of books.
Does library lending help or hurt author and publisher income? The debate continues ...
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BookExpo 2018
Broadly, traditional print book sales continue to grow at about 2 to 3 percent per year, but growth is driven ...
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Writing on the Ether is a collection of news and perspectives on publishing. It is written by journalist and critic ...
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Writing on the Ether is a collection of news and perspectives on publishing. It is written by journalist and critic ...
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Detail of the Munch from Sotheby's Twitter feed with news of the sale. Note from Jane: For the first time ...
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Table of Contents Post-DoJ: Pundits over the edge From TOC Bologna: The kids’ market Post-DoJ: Pushing and shoving Speaking for ...
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"What other industries permit agency pricing? In what other sector do you find manufacturers setting the prices and retailers having ...
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