“‘In the past six months, we’ve started to think of Littsburgh as a literary tourism bureau for the city,’ says Courage, who also works as a publishing consultant. ‘And that wasn’t necessarily how we started. We won’t claim all the credit because the bookstores were doing a lot of the hard work… But now we’re getting emails from publicists asking how many people do you think we could expect, where do you think we should send our authors.'”

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