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B.C. author and publisher react to D&M bankruptcy

Book lovers are still trying to digest news that Douglas and McIntyre Publishers has filed for bankruptcy protection.

D&M is one of Canada's largest independent publishing house, it also publishes under the Greystone books label.

Over its 41 years the company has worked with many well known authors including Dick Cannings of Naramata, who has eight titles with Greystone books.

Daybreak also spoke with  Randall McNair, who runs Oolican Books, an independent publisher in Fernie.

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