Books: The Culture and Commerce of Publishing

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  • Title: Books: The Culture and Commerce of Publishing
  • Author: Lewis A. Coser Charles Kadushin Walter W. Powell
  • ISBN: 9780226115931
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Books: The Culture and Commerce of Publishing

  1. Gives excellent all round look at publishing industry in America in the early 1980s Covers publishing houses, editorial role, agents, authors, external influences like reviewers and booksellers and In the introduction there s some talk about gatekeeping which is implicitly investigated but I couldn t find a section that looks at this in great detail Very interesting stuff about how personal connections are the best way to get published wonder how much this has changed Otherwise seems to do ever [...]


  2. For readers, history buff, and enthusiasts of what is known as Book Culture, this is a must read I wouldn t suggest tackling it in a single setting, as it s pretty dense, but over the course of several weeks i.e in manageable installments , this is a manageable and interesting read.