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The Slow, Tragic Death Of The LGBT Publishing Industry

Posted at 6:57AM Monday 05 May 2014

Giovanni's Room in Philadelphia is the oldest and possibly largest LGBT bookstore in the nation. And now, after four decades, it's closing. This news should make everyone involved in the business of LGBT literature — publishers, editors, authors, reviewers, and, of course, readers — pause and consider what this means for the future of their industry.

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