The A$20,000 Typo…Would You Pay For It? I wouldn’t.

In Erin's Perspective, Resources by Erin L. Cox

By Erin L. Cox As reported in the The Sydney Morning Herald last week, Penguin Group Australia had to reprint 7,000 copies of their book Pasta Bible because of a typo that called for “fresh ground black people” instead of “pepper.”  Bob Sessions, the head of publishing for Penguin Group Australia, said that the mistake will cost them A$20,000 to reprint the …