Where will books end? is the complex question that this publication tackles. This cyber-philology handbook is part of a literary landscape at the intersection of provocation and documentation, which intends the book as an expression of research and not as a fnished product. It is a book that embodies the slow and continuous process of editing, manipulation and modifcation that characterisespublishing in our age, exasperating it.
The book is, in fact, being constantly updated, overwritten digitally, edition after edition without preserving any memory of the previous versions. It contains a multiplicity ofinterviews reflecting on the future of publishing and libraries, the changes in writing through digital media, the lability of information, the importance of historical memory, the possibilities of archiving and research offered by online platforms. 

[The third edition, ordered via Amazon as a physical copy which is not available anymore because of its digital overwriting]