- The ongoing conglomeration of publishing will not lead to the destruction of literature. So argues a professor of English who studies the history of conglomeration in publishing. He says, “A lot of interesting things are generated in resistance to conglomeration. The nonprofit presses exist as a direct result of it. There’s a dialectical relationship to what kind of literature is made possible because of conglomeration; it’s not simply a one-sided foreclosing of the possibilities for literature. And even within the conglomerates, authors always bring creativity to . . .
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