His new book is intended to give readers a “book book” _ as he calls printed books _ experience.
At book signings and talks for “Interventions,” Russo’s seen people nodding in agreement when he talks about the importance of independent bookstores and the idea of buying local. He may be onto something _ core membership of the American Booksellers Association has risen for three straight years after years of sharp declines brought on by online retailers and superstore chains.
Rather, he said, he’s promoting the idea of diversity of how books are published, how they’re sold and how they’re read.
“I’m fine with online booksellers,” he said. “I just don’t want them to control the world.”
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