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Steve Wasserman

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Steve Wasserman is Publisher and Executive Director of Heyday Books.  A literary agent, from 1996-2005, he served as book editor for the Los Angeles Times, where he was a principal architect of the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

Steve Wasserman on KCRW

Heyday Books' Steve Wasserman talks about why books are more important now than ever.

Steve Wasserman: The future of books

Heyday Books' Steve Wasserman talks about why books are more important now than ever.

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