"The Slow Death of the American Author"

Scott Turow's opinion piece in the New York Times the other day called "The Slow Death of the American Author" obviously caught my eye.

It's about how recent changes in the book industry are seriously diminishing authors' royalties, which may sound greedy and whiney at first but come on now, do people want to live in a world where we never pay for culture so then people never devote their lives to creating it because they can't survive making it?

This is a topic that's dear to me as both a writer and a consumer. But I'd be lying if I said I had a very clear vision for how to fix this.

Check out the whole article here.