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Tuesday, August 09, 2005

The ghosts in the publishing machine

Editors. And they're dying out in Britain, writes Blake Morrison in the Observer.

Also, here's Jason Cowley on why this is "perhaps the richest year for contemporary British and Commonwealth fiction since the launch of the Booker Prize in 1969."
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