To ease the summer’s publishing debates, just hold a #FutureChat, and the biting and bickering become a spirited but friendly exchange of views and counter-views.
One of the things many of us appreciate more each week is how responsibly our FutureBook community moves from issue to issue.
Newcomers are welcomed and seem to understand immediately that we don’t do bloodshed here.
Respect and a sense of humor are the closest things to armor you might need.
And, therefore, you’ll normally be able to take away plenty to mull over and consider, things you might not even have heard in more fevered settings.
And on 18th July, our frequent early-rising colleague, the author James Scott Bell in Los Angeles — where it’s 8 a.m. when #FutureChat begins — was once again quick to the mark.
Join us each Friday for a #FutureChat session with The Bookseller’s FutureBook community. We’ll be live on Twitter, at 4 p.m. London time, 11 a.m. New York time, 8 a.m. Los Angeles, 5 p.m. Berlin, 3 p.m. GMT.
By Porter Anderson | @Porter_Anderson
The FutureBook: #FutureChat recap: How can we ease the summer’s debate?
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