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For Publishers, The Long Term Is The Only Race Worth Winning

Posted at 8:26AM Thursday 14 Jun 2012

We have entered a confusing age in the evolution of books and publishing but here are some thoughts on how authors, translators, agents, and publishers can take advantage of this situation.

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