Although the media is in crisis mode, publishing, though also fragile, has been steadily growing. Quebec is no exception. A few publishing houses, some self-financed and others supported by grants, are rising to the challenge. Some of them, who paid their dues out in the provinces, are now trying to cross borders. Other young albeit professional and determined publishers, however, are trying to turn the book into not only a way to promote the work of an artist, but into a work of art itself.
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