Carte Blanche

February 2007
Booklist;2/15/2007, Vol. 103 Issue 12, p72
The article discusses the author's dissatisfaction with technological innovations and their effects on books and publishing. Topics discussed include cellular telephones, the electronic publishing of books on the Internet, and the genre of young adult literature told through e-mails, instant messages, and more traditional letters.


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