Traditional Publishers Run Out of Excuses || Don’t Kill Someone Then Write About It
May 2, 2022
In this episode: Authors often make mistakes when writing about doctors, due to a lack of understanding of the medical field. As print sales plummet, the industry blames "print fatigue." Two Charles Darwin notebooks disappeared more than 20 years ago, but have recently reappeared. Nancy Crampton-Brophy, a novelist, is on trial for killing her husband. Millennials and Gen Z are reviving chain bookstores.
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