In issue 190, Mark Davis untangles literature, markets and independent publishing, Emmy Hennings and Jenny Lee argue the prospects for digital books, Tom Clark reads John Howard's poetry, Clive Hamilton replies to his critics, Alastair Davidson explains the problem of communist history, Jennifer Mills reports from the Northern Territory's intervention, Andrew Moore remembers the Australians imprisoned by parliament without trial, and Ben Kiernan and Taylor Owen read Iraq as Cambodia rather than Vietnam. Plus fiction, poetry, reviews and the winning poetry from the inaugural Overland Magazine Judith Wright Poetry Prize for new and emerging poets.Ita#39;s strange, really, that Amazon has given its much-hyped electronic reading device a name that brings to mind the wanton and deliberate destruction of books . ... Fire is the booka#39;s natural enemy: creative labour burned to nothing in a few cruel seconds. ... Released on the US market in November 2007 at the hefty retail price of around US$400, Kindle repeats the ... Statistics for the Australian market are only available for the six months to June 2007, during which they show a decline ofanbsp;...