10 More Writers Nobody Reads
“Writing in 1934, John Dos Passos characterized the publishing industry in a manner that holds true nearly a century later: ‘Everything published goes down the same chute out of the overbright glare of publicity into oblivion'”
The implication here is that we should be reading these books. I’ll confess, I’ve never heard of any of them. On the other hand, many of the people who aren’t reading these books aren’t reading a lot of other worthy books either.
Maybe we need a law that gives people a tax break for every book they read (and prove they have read).