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DIGITAL BOOK WORLD 2014-2015

An Archived Collection Dana Weinberg was an expert industry blogger for Digital Book World from 2013-2015. She worked with Digital Book World and Writers' Digest on their 2014 and 2015 Author Surveys and

DIGITAL BOOK WORLD 2014-2015

An Archived Collection Dana Weinberg was an expert industry blogger for Digital Book World from 2013-2015. She worked

DIGITAL BOOK WORLD 2014-2015

An Archived Collection Dana Weinberg was an expert industry blogger for Digital Book World from 2013-2015. She worked with Digital Book World and Writers' Digest on their 2014 and 2015 Author Surveys and presented the results in a series of essays, reports, and presentations. At the time, this

Why Tango Artists Make Money When Authors Don’t

Share On Friday evening I was honored to be part of a roundtable presentation at the National Arts Club to celebrate the publication of Anahí Viladrich’s beautiful book More Than Two to Tango. The book details the struggles of Argentine immigrants trying to make their living in the US arts

Author Meets Social Scientist

The perhaps little-known truth is that very few writers earn enough to support themselves... big name authors are more like lottery winners Most would-be authors, if they manage to get published at all, only make pennies an hour...Yet the success stories bolster the lowest spirits and keep hope alive. They did it. My turn will come.

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DIGITAL BOOK WORLD 2014-2015

An Archived Collection Dana Weinberg was an expert industry blogger for Digital Book World from 2013-2015. She worked with Digital Book World and Writers' Digest on their 2014 and 2015 Author Surveys and presented the results in a series of essays, reports, and presentations. At the time, this

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Contact Dana Weinberg, PhD for more information on her research, studies and published works.

Email: Dana.Beth.Weinberg@gmail.com

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Dana Beth Weinberg is Chair and Professor of Sociology at Queens College-CUNY.  A
graduate of Harvard University’s doctoral program in Sociology, she is author of Code Green:
Money-Driven Hospitals and the Dismantling of Nursing as well as multiple research articles on
the healthcare and publishing industries.  An indie author, she writes fiction under the
pseudonym D. B. Shuster and is author of the Russian mafia crime series Kings of Brighton
Beach and the Cold War spy series Sins of a Spy.

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