Publishing in an Age of Immediacy

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As the value of an individual book is devalued, so is the self. We are made to feel that it’s only through constant communication with a community that we have any collective power.

How has the immediacy of the Internet changed how we absorb information? What has this done to the manner and number of books published by prominent publishing houses? Musings on this and more over at Bookslut.


Mary Allen is a writer working, crafting, and making bad puns in the San Francisco Bay Area. More from this author →