Monday, April 8, 2013

Author's Guild

Meanwhile, over at the Author's Guild, Scott Turow reminds us of how hopeless it is for all but the chosen few of the publishing world. Among writers, too, the middle class is rapidly disappearing, and winner-take-all, what I call the Michael-Jordan economy, seems to be the law of the land. And its literature.

Of course, whenever I bring this topic up with anyone, the usual first response is, more or less, "But hasn't it always been like that?"

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