Laura B. McGrath

Laura B. McGrath is associate director of the Stanford University Literary Lab and a Postdoctoral Fellow in English. She is currently completing a manuscript on literary agents, conglomeration, and contemporary American fiction.


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Comping White

Laura B. McGrath looks at the data to find out why the publishing industry is still so white....

Comping White
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