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Things are looking bleaker and bleaker for publishing industry big guns, but in spite of the doomsday forecast for the printed word as we know it, small-run presses are thriving. It's not exactly surprising that Brooklyn is an epicenter for these little publishing houses: Newcomers like Molasses in Bushwick (captained by Matt Winn, a writer and book dealer) and old standbys, such as Ugly Duckling Presse, which has been putting out books since 1995, are...
Publisher's Weekly released the unfortunately not so surprising, but nonetheless horrifying, results of their 2014 survey of attitudes, wages, and demographics amongst 800 publishing professionals. When the results came to light a few weeks back, we not only found out that women (who by the way make up the vast majority of the industry, at 74% of employees) continue to make far less than their badly outnumbered male counterparts, but now we're totally assured...
Full disclosure: I had never eaten at a Chipotle before last month. It's not that I had anything specifically against Chipotle (although I don't tend to eat fast food in general, although I do own—and use!—my TV, so I'm not that insufferable), more that there wasn't one near my home or office and if I'm getting Mexican food, I'd rather get it from somewhere authentic (ok, maybe I am a little insufferable). However, that changed...

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