occasional essays on working with words and pictures —writing, editing, typographic design, web design, and publishing— from the perspective of a guy who has been putting squiggly marks on paper for over five decades and on the computer monitor for over two decades
Monday, February 04, 2008
Jonathan Karp wants to have 12 bestsellers a year
Lynn Neary’s story on NPR profiles Twelve, a Hachette imprint headed by the former editor-in-chief of Random House, Jonathan Karp, who publishes one book a month and devotes serious resources to promoting that one book. It’s an interesting gamble and an interesting interview. Check it out.