US authors blame publishers for Wylie Amazon ebook deal
Authors Guild says publishers' low royalty pay-outs encouraged agent's controversial step to sell modern classics via Kindle store
As publishers and retailers wring their hands over agent Andrew Wylie's reincarnation as the ebook publisher of authors including Philip Roth and John Updike, influential American writers' body the Authors Guild has entered the fray saying that publishers "have largely brought this on themselves".
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