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Topic - Bill Leggett
Bill Leggett, a bookseller who co-manages the machine, said about a dozen copies are sold a month "better than a lot of authors who have major publishers."
"It's a way for people who ordinarily wouldn't be able to have a book on the shelf to have it on the shelf," he said. "It's a way for the community to increase the number of people who can express their ideas."