Survival of Book Culture
Shelby Coffey moderated a discussion with Marie Arana, Robert Weil, and Deidre Donahue on the current state of the publishing industry and… read more
Shelby Coffey moderated a discussion with Marie Arana, Robert Weil, and Deidre Donahue on the current state of the publishing industry and the future of books.
Topics included the Amazon Kindle, the “blockbuster” book mentality, niche publishers, and Google $125 million settlement with the Authors Guild. Panel members responded to audience member questions. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Ronald "Ron" K. L. Collins Fellow Washington
- Deidre Donahue Correspondent USA Today->Books
- Robert Weil Executive Editor W.W. Norton and Company
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