Three Percent #165: Disorder in the Book Shelves

This episode of the Three Percent Podcast never gets to its actual topic, but includes minor disagreements about ebooks in libraries and its impact on ebook revenue, more questions about Book Culture’s situation, a general sense of malaise, trying to make sense of Dean Koontz, Audible’s “Caption” program, a wild idea about shelving and how people browse, and recommendations for Marías’s Berta Isla and Shirley Jackson’s The Sundial.

This week’s music is “My City” by Better Oblivion Community Center.

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