The Book Review in Quarantine


There’s a corner of The New York Times newsroom unlike anywhere else in the building. Each desk is covered in piles of books, galleys and bound manuscripts. Boxes filled with pages waiting to be flipped through line the floors. Sliding bookshelves are closely guarded by day and locked up at night. And yes, at The New York Times Book Review, there is always a dumpster full of galleys waiting to be recycled.

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