Schwarz, Benjamin
October 2002
Atlantic;Oct2002, Vol. 290 Issue 3, p139
The article focuses on the fall season as being the busiest time for authors and those in the book publishing business. The competition among authors in 2002 because of the first anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is mentioned. Details are given for the effects trade journals and sales reporting on the success of a book.


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