Is the tide turning? The Guardian reports on what looks like a great new venture, Faber Finds. Utilizing digital technology, Faber plans to supply forgotten classics on demand. You can nominate your own books, and The Guardian kicks off with writers' suggestions which they say will all be available from the site when it begins operation on June 2nd.
Could it possibly be that we are leaving behind the age of the Next New Thing and of the book as a commodity with a sell-by date?