So asks The New Yorker in their promo for the Ken Auletta piece--
Are inexpensive products ever bad for consumers? Or do they not offer greater choice and an expanded market?
The days of gatekeepers manning a top-heavy, hyperexpensive publishing establishment are over.
(My new The Tower e-novel is a faster, more explosive and more relevant reading experience than anything put out by ICM's precious literary authors. Read it and find out.)