Monday, May 28, 2012

The market for history books

I'm often in awe of the range and quality of both historical programming and historical publishing in Britain. The Guardian Online's history-book reviews section is extraordinarily rich and diverse, for instance --  for having so many books to review, and for actually reviewing them.

Paul Lay, editor of Britain's flagship history magazine History Today, has some thoughts regarding a current discussion on the state of history commentary (too many telly-dons?) and the market for history books.
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