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Amazon's eBook Deal With Andrew Wylie Bad For Business Says ABA President

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Last week's news of literary agent Andrew Wylie's exclusive agreement with Amazon.com to publish Kindle editions of 20 backlist titles by notable writers represented by Wylie provoked strong reactions among some major publishers and elicited extensive industry discussion regarding the implications of this potential disintermediation.

On Wednesday, July 21, Wylie announced the launch of Odyssey Editions and its exclusive deal with Amazon.com.

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