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The e-book debate - threat or opportunity?

Mark Lawson chairs a debate on whether ebooks and digital distribution represent a terminal threat or a new chance for authors, traditional publishers, agents and bookshops.

Mark Lawson chairs a debate on whether e-books and digital distribution represent a terminal threat or a new chance for authors, traditional publishers, agents and bookshops, in a session recorded at the Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate.

Contributors include authors Steve Mosby and Stephen Leather, literary agent Philip Patterson, Ursula Mackenzie, Chair of Publishers Association, and independent bookseller Patrick Neil.

Producer Ekene Akalawu.

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