Monday, February 27, 2006

Small publishers

The UK's small publishers are making a comeback, reports Tara Mulholland in The Herald International Tribune, thanks to people like Alessandro Gallenzi, founder of Alma Books.
...for now things look hopeful. Asked about the future of the British independent publisher, Gallenzi resorts to the image of Medusa: "You kill an independent publisher and the next day there will be five coming back again - good publishing comes down to independent thinking."

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