Thursday, June 3, 2010


It's never irrelevant for a publishing company to talk about a bookstore. So when I stumbled across this little gem, I just knew I had to share it with you. It's the goal of every publisher of quality to produce the sort of works that will last for years to come. You know, the sort that in fifty or a hundred years will find their ways onto shelves like these, and then again into the hands of careful, discriminating readers. I think that's somewhere in the ZOVA Books mission statement, actually. What we really want to do is to publish books that we would want to find ourselves, as we prowl the rows of beautiful spines in crowded bookshops, waiting to see the very title that will make us jump and squeal and grab it off the shelf. It is a noble goal.

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