The heartbreaking thing is that this fall, over 10,000 bookstore employees across America will be out of work. The way the publishing industry is going, many of those people won’t be able to find jobs that are even tangentially related to books anymore; they’ll go on to work in movie theaters and grocery stores and as secretaries and child-care providers. They probably won’t be able to spend their days being obsessed with books, and that’s a bad thing for books, which have a hard enough time battling for attention in popular media. —Books Without Borders by Paul Constant – Seattle Features – The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper.
At Computers and Writing #cwcon for the weekend.
Come see Carolyn as “The Girl” in The Fantasticks, Oct 18-27.
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