Harold Augenbraum, executive director of the National Book Foundation that presents the National Book Awards, discusses this year’s winner, a book published by a small independent press, and what that means for the future of publishing. Also, Richard Nash, who ran the New York indie press Soft Skull for almost a decade, weighs in on the rise of independent presses.


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