You'll know the revolution is here, Marx said, when the workers take over the means of production. Well, with the rise of the Internet and the advent of on-demand digital printing, the workers-in this case, the writers-have taken over the means of production: publishing.
But what does that mean for the future of writing, publishing, media, communications, the written word, the human brain?
Since founding the Champlain College Publishing Initiative (www.champlaincollegepublishing.com), award-winning author/teacher Tim Brookes has leaped headlong, with his students, into the challenge of answering these questions.
The result is "The Story So Far:" twenty-seven original, timely essays on publishing in the twenty-first century, written with insight and wit by the NPR essayist, author of twelve books, veteran of every avenue of publishing, and founder of probably the most radical publishing program in American higher education.
|Publisher:||Tim Brookes, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.33(d)|