Top Ten: The Year in Books

Baltimore City Paper | December 18, 2007
The best argument for the future survival of the book is that writers might want to see a physical manifestation of their work. Call it ego, call it reductive reasoning, call it misplaced Marxist ideals about seeing an actual product produced by their labors, but books-as-objects are just nice to have around. If that makes us Luddites, so be it.

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