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The Fine Print: Brooklyn’s indie publishers turn the page

Monday May 29th 2006, 1:50 pm

The Fine Print: Brooklyn’s indie publishers turn the page

“In big publishing, the line is that people don’t read, and we’re all competing for the same dwindling pool of readers,” says Johnny Temple, publisher of Akashic. “That’s not true. We’re going out and finding new readers, and showing people that reading can be provocative and exciting.” Temple is chair of the two-year-old Brooklyn Literary Council, the motor behind the inaugural Brooklyn Book Festival, planned for September.

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