Where is traditional publishing four-plus years into the revolution? Bigger, stronger, and richer than ever. Who ended up getting harmed by the revolution itself? Writers who never really learned how the business worked and/or writers who believed their traditional publishing careers were bulletproof, that these crazy changes in the delivery method wouldn’t touch them.
If you're writing a book, you must read Kathryn Rusch's powerful article.
The publishing industry isn't dead. As always, it's growing fatter on the life blood of authors.
Not that I blame publishers. They're in business. Authors are too. Until they realize that, they'll remain prey.