Monday, May 23, 2011

Today in epublishing

Author/Writer Michael Levin blames the demise of the book on the book makers themselves, the New York Publishing Model.

The traditional New York publishing business model — publish a ton of books, fail to market most of them, and hope that somebody buys something — worked well when publishers had a hammerlock on the distribution and marketing of books. Publishers faced no competition and enjoyed complete control of what books people could publish and sell.

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