Three Percent #163: What Do You Want

Chad and Tom talk about a number of interrelated issues related to the costs of bookstore ownership and being a bookseller. They talk about the recent letter from Chris Doeblin at Book Culture, The Book Diaries, Human Rights for Translators,  the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Internet and Book Culture, and the new “Translators on Books That Should Be Translated” feature at Reading in Translation.

This week’s intro music is “I’ll Believe in Anything” by Wolf Parade, and the outro music is “I Feel Emotion” by Operators.

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