A panel talks about how the Internet has collided with the publishing industry. They’ll discuss new ways authors are reaching readers and new technologies that are providing alternatives to traditional books.

Guests

  • M.J. Rose author of "Lip Service" (Pocket Books), originally published on the Internet
  • Sven Birkerts "The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age" (Fawcett)
  • Patricia Schroeder president of the Assocation of American Publishers

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