How the coronavirus will change book publishing, now and forever

Bookshelf by Stewart Butterfield / CC“…this crisis should be an opportunity for book publishing, a period of high demand from readers stuck at home. Ebooks and digital audiobooks are selling better than usual, alongside the print books Amazon and a few others manage to deliver. So what does the overall picture look like for publishing at a moment when readers need the industry the most? And just as important, what might it look like on the other side of the pandemic?”

With publishers and book stores in lock down hell in the US, and similar stories reflected across Europe, any recovery seems a distant dream.
Full story by The LA Times

Image credit: Bookshelf by Stewart Butterfield / CC

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