Publishing and Australian literature: crisis, decline or transformation?
The globalisation and consolidation of book publishing is widely seen as having negative consequences for Australian literature. Some commentators argue that this shift is detrimental to Australian literature as a whole; others identify the growth of multinational publishing conglomerates with a specific decline in Australian literary fiction. I explore both positions, first identifying and investigating trends in Australian novel publication and comparing these to trends in the publication of...[Show more]
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|Source:||Cultural Studies Review 16.2 (2010): pp.24-48|
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