“Case to case and place to place”: say that ten times, quickly

According to Sara Nelson:

The world is full of journalists who look for–and get–book deals. (In the depth of the recession, a lot of us believe it’s easier to get a book contract than a raise at our day jobs, or even a new staff position altogether.) But who gets permission to do a book, and who gets a leave of absence, and why, and what it all means, varies from case to case and place to place.

(Via Publishers Lunch.)

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