The way we buy books has changed dramatically in recent years, and the small local bookstore has given way to the big national chains and on-line booksellers like Amazon. However, there is still a place for small independent book sellers that manage to create a niche market. Publishers that fill a void left by the major players have also managed to find eager readers.

In this story, by producer Luis Carrion, we see how Antigone Books, and Kore Press have managed to survive in the evolving literary market.