How Does an Upstart Poetry Publisher Pass the Bullshit Test?

Washington City Paper | January 24, 2008
Technological advancements like print on demand make it easier for poets to move from unrecognized bards to small-time publishing-house bosses -- but these upstarts encounter other hurdles: establishing a reputation, figuring out which poets to pluck from obscurity, and hanging on in a low-profit industry.

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