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MontiLee Stormer has blogged about it:

Dorchester Leisure wants the common people – you, the readers – to choose the next twenty novels they plan on selling in digital format, probably without paying the rights holders. They’re doing it anyway, selling books by authors like Brian Keene, to whom all rights reverted back on December 31, 2010 – so why not make a very public spectacle of it.

This is clearly a problem.

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