Reader's Notes - Susanna Daniel, 'On the the homogenization of reading'

A past guest on Passing Notes, Stiltsville author Susanna Daniel, offers the view that, despite the news of unwelcome changes in the publishing industry in recent years, there are more books published than ever these days.  For her, the problem is that people might not be as selective in their reading choices or have as clear an idea of their personal taste.  Not like they used to.  In short, the real issue is that everyone seems to be reading the same books as everyone else.  Harry Potter, anyone?  Check out Daniel's essay at her website here.

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