American Authors and the Literary Marketplace Since 1900

James L.W. West III

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American Authors and the Literary Marketplace Since 1900

American Authors and the Literary Marketplace Since This book examines literary authorship in the twentieth century and covers such topics as publishing book distribution the trade editor the literary agent the magazine market subsidiary rights a

  • Title: American Authors and the Literary Marketplace Since 1900
  • Author: James L.W. West III
  • ISBN: 9780812281149
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This book examines literary authorship in the twentieth century and covers such topics as publishing, book distribution, the trade editor, the literary agent, the magazine market, subsidiary rights, and the blockbuster mentality.

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    1. Sam Johnson on said:

      A terrific read--much better than its title, which sounds more stuffy or academic than the prose. West's writing is wonderfully free of jargon: he doesn't use the words "limning" or "boundaries" at all and never resorts to using pretentious parenthetical prefixes, as in "(Un)Masking Zorro," "(Re)Imagining Faulkner," etc. West's book is an illuminating read for anyone interested in this question: how did publishing in America begin and change since 1900? In eight chapters, each dealing with a spe [...]

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