The man credited with “changing the nature of television criticism” by Slate, Alan Sepinwall, recently published a new book, The Revolution Was Televised. After Michiko Kakutani’s glowing review in yesterday’s New York Times, it rose to #133 on Amazon Sales Rankings. It has also been covered by Time magazine, The New Yorker, the Hollywood Reporter and USA Today.
But, no libraries own it.
Sepinwall chose to self-published the book. It appears to be available only through Amazon and hasn’t been reviewed by library publications.