Andy Hunter

Editor, Electric Literature

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Editor of Electric Literature, which publishes new short fiction on e-readers

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The Internet and e-books are taking over the reading market, for better or worse: 10 percent this year, 20 percent next year, possibly a majority by 2015.

The Kindle, the Nook, the iPad...the Book?

The Internet and e-books are taking over the reading market, for better or worse: 10 percent this year, 20 percent next year, possibly a majority by 2015.

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The Internet and e-books are taking over the reading market, for better or worse: 10 percent this year, 20 percent next year, possibly a majority by 2015.

The Kindle, the Nook, the iPad...the Book?

The Internet and e-books are taking over the reading market, for better or worse: 10 percent this year, 20 percent next year, possibly a majority by 2015.

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