You'd be hard-pressed to get me to agree, but Stephen Marche argues in Esquire that we're living in a new Golden Age for writers. The barriers to publishing have fallen (hello, e-books) and Tom Wolfe got a $7 million advance. Having banged my head fruitlessly against the publishing wall for much of the past five years, I see it differently, but perhaps I'm just being narcissistic. Wouldn't be the first time.
How do you see it?