Book experts weigh in on
the publishing industry’s revolution

Authors, agents, librarians and others who ‘live by the book’ talk about what‘s changed and what it means

Revolutions in the book business make headlines day after day. Two years ago, Borders filed for bankruptcy; Amazon, the bane of bookstores, has become a formidable publisher, as well; and, among other upheavals, a dispute over financial terms between Barnes & Noble and Simon & Schuster has led the retailer to cut back on orders from the publisher. What does all this mean for the people who work in the industry, from authors to literary agents, publishers and librarians? Style posed that question to several Washingtonians who live by the book.

GRAPHIC: The Washington Post. Published March 31, 2013.

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