Feldheim Publishers in Israel in Deep Trouble

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Reuven wrote to tell us “Oy Vey” that Arutz Sheva reports, “Feldheim Books In Israel in Danger of Collapse. Feldheim Publishing in Israel, which caters to the hareidi religious community, is in danger of collapse and may be bought out.”

Book publishing is so over. Nobody buys physical books. The underlying story for Jewish books is that vanity authors are keeping some of the small Israeli and American Jewish presses alive, paying big bucks to have their books published.

Here is the Feldheim story from A7:

  • Feldheim Publishing in Israel, which caters to the hareidi religious community, is in danger of collapse but may be bought out.
  • Its financial difficulties, reported Monday by B’Hadrei Haderim, are the latest in the book publishing and distributing industry that has been overwhelmed by online publishers and e-books.

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