Aug 21, 2013 @ 12:56:00 am
A Hogarth Press edition of T.S. Eliot's "The Wasteland."
The Columbia Journalism Review has run an article about The New Inquiry and praises their $2-a-month subscription plan, which has been called a “model that might save the little magazine for the Internet era.”
A stalemate that has lasted most of the year between Barnes and Noble and Simon and Schuster came to a close this week after the companies released a statement saying that they had “resolved their outstanding business issues.” The problems began earlier this year, when Barnes and Noble “sharply increased its demands on publishers” and stocked significantly fewer Simon and Schuster books when the publisher refused to comply. According to the New York Times, talks picked up again in July after Barnes and Noble CEO William Lynch abruptly resigned.
A copy of T.S. Eliot’s poem “The Wasteland” hand-set by
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