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*Download E-pub à The Art of Literary Publishing: Editors on Their Craft ⚦ First published in , The Art of Literary Publishing is also a how to manual for literate survival in an age of corporate gigantism it features legendary voices from the past and present in twenty four chapters by Cleanth Brooks, Maxwell Perkins, John Farrar, Maurice Girodias, James Laughlin, William Phillips, Saxe Commins, John Galassi, Simon Michael Bessie, Joyce Carol Oates, Raymond Smith, Ishmael Reed, Theodore Solotaroff, and others, plus a new introduction by the editor There are some good essays in this collection, but the emphasis here is on the literary aspect of publishing It is less practical than I had hoped when I bought it Many of the contributions are on journal publishing rather than book publishing, so my use of the book in a book publishing class was less than ideal I did, however, enjoy the pieces by Saxe Commins and Maxwell Perkins on Horace Liveright and Thomas Wolfe, respectively.Please note that this collection was originally published in There are some good essays in this collection, but the emphasis here is on the literary aspect of publishing It is less practical than I had hoped when I bought it Many of the contributions are on journal publishing rather than book publishing, so my use of the book in a book publishing class was less than ideal I did, however, enjoy the pieces by Saxe Commins and Maxwell Perkins on Horace Liveright and Thomas Wolfe, respectively.Please note that this collection was originally published in 1980, then reissued in 1995 It contains some good material, but it you are looking for information on the contemporary publishing scene, this will help you only marginally So much great information in here, and thoughts Definitely a collection I will return to from time to time, whether for inspiration or insight. Near pointless That is all.