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“Trust me. I'm an agent.”: The ever-changing balance between author, agent and publisher

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Affiliations: 1: Born in France and brought up in England and Canada, where he graduated from McGill University, Eric de Bellaigue started his working life as a reporter on the Montreal Star. His career in banking and stockbroking included spells with the Bank of Montreal, merchant bankers Schroder Wagg and stockbrokers Panmure Gordon. He has been studying the past and forecasting the future of British book publishing for some forty years. He is the author of British Book Publishing as a Business since the 1960s, published by the British Library in 2004. This is his ninth article for LOGOS, of whose editorial board he has been a steadfast member since the journal was founded in 1990.


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