Inside the Australian and New Zealand book industry

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Australia’s literary readership is shrinking

‘I think we are in a period of stagnation. New titles continue to be published into the established categories, and readers are even more prone than before to act like sheep—that is, when they read at all, they read what everybody else is reading’—Giramondo publisher Ivor Indyk on the increasing challenges of publishing literary fiction.


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