Today we share our third installment in our Ask An Algonquin Editor series. Senior editor Kathy Pories knows that while many readers would never admit it, we often judge a book by its cover. She answers the question, “Why is a paperback jacket often different from its hardcover version?” Kathy shares the thoughts that go into selecting artwork for a book jacket, as well as the opportunity to give a book a “second chance” with a paperback release.
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