Right-reading (adj): Having the proper orientation (used in printing)

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“Most writers have totally unrealistic concepts of how publishing works.”
-- Jim Harrison


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Comment from jameshigham
Time: September 5, 2009, 8:10 am

Photography has always had a problematic relation to reality…

Alternatively, it can be seen to have a good relation to art.

Comment from xensen
Time: September 5, 2009, 9:11 am

“Reality” was probably not the best choice of words there. “Reportage” would have been better.

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[…] When’s That Book Coming Out? — A nice breakdown of the production process by Shelby Peak which explains why it seems to take a long time for books to be released after an author has turned in their final manuscript. Every time I read something like this, I wonder why we don’t hear from publishing professionals more often. It would be great to see publishers explain this kind of thing on their own blogs. (via blog.rightreading) […]

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