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The State and Fate of Publishing

November 11-12, 1994


The State and Fate of Publishing, 1995 (Full Text) (PDF)

         pp. 1-10 (PDF)
                  Title pages and Contents
                  Introduction, Thomas F. Staley
                  Welcome Address, Robert Berdahl

         pp. 11-23 (PDF)
                  The State and Fate of Publishing: A Flair Symposium
                           Opening Remarks, Fleur Cowles
                           The Future of Culture: A Keynote Address, Simon Jenkins

         pp. 24-47 (PDF)
                  Magazines, Journalism, and the Future
                           The Age of the Editor, Virginia Postrel
                           Magazines and Audiences, Robert Wallace
                           Countering Paranoia, Lawrence Wright

         pp. 48-73 (PDF)
                  Scholarly Communication at the End of the Century
                           The Library of America, Cheryl Hurley
                           Disintermediation in the Digital Age, M. Stuart Lynn
                           News in the Future, Jerome S. Rubin

         pp. 74-95 (PDF)
                  From Author to Audience: Publishing Past , Present, and Future
                           Cherish the Wealth… Beware the Censors, David Bartlett
                           The Ghost of Publishing Future, Joseph J. Esposito
                           Two Decades of Publishing: The 1920s and 1980s, Donald Lamm

         pp. 96-111 (PDF)
                  Writers' Roundtable: A Discussion on Publishing
                           Publishers, Agents, and Agendas, Anita Desai
                           Fiction and the Sense of Order, Shelby Hearon
                           Change and Improvement in Publishing, Bruce Hunter

         pp. 112-125 (PDF)
                  Summary Address, Carlos Fuentes

         pp. 126-131 (PDF)
                  Notes on Contributors

 

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