Remember the TV walls? I wonder if this is anything like what Ray Bradbury had in mind? :D
Bill's description of said show thanks to blogger Toe in the Water.
AAA will not expel agents turned publishers
In a separate statement released to The Bookseller, Cox said: "The code of conduct specifically excludes those involved in publishing from becoming a member, and it is only common sense that any member who subsequently becomes a publisher is no longer eligible for membership."
Wow. And yet, per that article, the agents involved feel there's no conflict of interest.
Kris Rusch talks about surviving the transition into the new publishing world we're in now -- and taking the time to get your sea legs. This is part of her Thursday blog series. I plan on catching up on these, since I know Kris has blogged before about the agent-as-publisher.
Here's Agents: Transition Part 3. (Yes, I know I skipped 2, but I have to go back and read that.)
Why do I care? Well, I work for editors, who have the authors whose books I work on. As a reader, I want to read books; as a copy editor, I want to work on books for readers to read.