My column in Publishing Executive was quoted in The Signpost, the Weber State University publication.
Here is part of the review and click here to read the entire article.
Recently, “Publishing Executive” came out with the article “A Fickle Mistress,” saying to not to discount print . . . yet.
“If we can imagine a day when print may no longer exist,” wrote Samir Husni, author of “Mistress,” “why do we not imagine the reverse: a day when digital may disappear?”
Let’s imagine the day has come when print has died. Books, magazines and newspapers are all available only through digital archives. Life is fantastic for modern bibliophiles, who can access millions of texts from one device, and college students love not having to carry heavy backpacks anymore. Great. Everyone is happy.