In an article in The Irish Times and the Morning Star, Fiona O’Connor, Visiting Lecturer at Westminster Business School, talks about literary small presses and creativity in an era of commercial pressures from mainstream publishing. 

Technology is increasingly reducing the value of fiction. In her article, Fiona O’Connor debates whether, in this digital age, quantity is overwhelming quality and stifling writers' creativity:

She says: “Writers are unusual in that, unlike other artists, they play little part in the actual production of their art.”

The article also features Dr Leigh Wilson, Reader at Department of English, University of Westminster.

Read the article

Fiona O'Connor is a regular contributor to The Irish Times.

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