Saturday, April 12, 2014

Magazine publishing sentence of the week

From the Economist’s obituary of Khushwant Singh, who died on 20 March aged 99. In the 1970s he was editor of the Illustrated Weekly of India:
Over his nine-year tenure circulation soared from 60,000 to almost 400,000, more then the publisher could cope with; he was therefore fired, and circulation collapsed.

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