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What happened on February 25, 2001

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  • And Yet the Books By Czeslaw Milosz

  • Nota Bene MELVIN JULES BUKIET, Melvin Jules Bukiet is the author of "Signs and Wonders" and the forthcoming "Strange Fire."

  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • Will Publishing Survive?

  • Kicking Out the Jams KENT CARROLL, Kent Carroll, a longtime publishing executive, is publisher and editor-in-chief of Carroll & Graf, a subsidiary of the Avalon Publishing Group

  • Is Publishing Dead? MARIAN WOOD, Marian Wood is vice president of G.P. Putnam and publisher of Marian Wood Books. A veteran of many years in publishing, she has worked with numerous writers, including Sue Grafton, Hilary Mantel, John Lanchester, Linda Bierds and Daniel Woodrell

  • Apocalypse Now? RICHARD SEAVER, Richard Seaver, an editor and publisher for more than 40 years, is president of Arcade Publishing, an independent house distributed by AOL Time Warner. His many past posts include managing editor of Evergreen Review, editor-in-chief of Grove Press and publisher of the trade division of Holt, Rinehart & Winston (while it was a subsidiary of CBS Inc.). He has edited and published many authors, including Samuel Beckett, John Berger, William Burroughs, E.M. Cioran, Jean Genet, Eugene Ionesco and Andrei Makine. He is also the translator of Pauline Reage's "Story of O" and the works of the Marquis de Sade, among other writers

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