By Edward Nawotka
In today’s editorial, “We Are All Poets Now” author Nina de Gramont writes movingly about her experience of falling in-and-out of favor with a big New York publishing house and then finding contentment in moderating her expectations of financial rewards from her writing career.
Writers like to dream of getting rich from their work. But as digitization continues to push the cost of information, data, and even art, closer and closer to zero, this dream gets further and further away from reality. Should writers, then, expect less? And will they be better off for it in the long run?
Read Nina’s story and let us know what you think in the comments.