does not charge for self-published book reviews, bucking a trend within the industry led by and ’s Clarion fee-for-review service, both of which offer independent book reviews in exchange for fees in the hundreds of dollars.
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Publishers Weekly does not charge for self-published book reviews, ..
In a sea change for the magazine, Ermelino oversaw the integration of self-published book reviews into the main review section of the magazine. Review editors vet and assign self-published books for review, which reviews are then published alongside the reviews of traditionally published books each week in the magazine.