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by Alan Taylor

Volume 12 Issue 4 Editorial

August 11, 2017 | by Alan Taylor

Publishing is a precarious business, not least because significant capital must first be spent before any of it starts to trickle back. Every book is a gamble and few are the ones that turn into gold. Yet publishers are often portrayed not as philanthropists or bulwarks against philistinism but as chancers and cheats. Barabbas, the thief who died on Calvary with Christ, it was famously said, must have been a publisher.

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