Sunday, October 12, 2008

Literary fiction doesn't sell, deal with it

That perennial argument about the End of Publishing has started again. My favorite analysis is from It’s Only The End of Rose-Colored Glasses in part:
There was never a Golden Age of Publishing where people bought only high-brow fiction that elevated the mind. It’s a figment of your imagination.
The whiny elitism is strong in the original piece. It does make me wonder if they've been in a bookstore lately.

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