The MIT Press Waxes Poetic
April is National Poetry Month! To celebrate, we asked MIT Press staff and fans to write a haiku (or two or three) about their favorite MIT Press books and journals or their thoughts about current trends in publishing. We're excited to share the entertaining results of this challenge with you. We'll post at least one haiku every day throughout April. Our editorial department kicks us off:
Ebooks: The future—
The revolution—is now.
No more paper cuts.
(Deborah Cantor-Adams, Manuscript Editorial)
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