The New York Times had an article yesterday about one of my favorite publishers: Europa Editions.
In the article Jonathan Galassi of Farrar, Straus & Giroux notes that Europa is "preserving the old values of it’s-all-about-the-book and connecting the book with readers."
It's too bad those are considered "old values."
If you're not familiar with Europa Editions check out their web site.
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