The Slow Death of the American Author

The New York Times | The Opinions Page by Scott Turow April 7, 2013 LAST month, the Supreme Court decided to allow the importation and resale of foreign editions of American works, which are often cheaper than domestic editions. Until now, courts have forbidden such activity as a violation of copyright. Not only does this […]

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WALL STREET JOURNAL By Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg When literary agent Sarah Yake shopped around Kirsten Kaschock’s debut novel “Sleight” this year, she thought it would be a shoo-in with New York’s top publishers. “Her project was one of the most exemplary in the last decade or so,” said Jed Rasula, who has taught in the […]

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