Honored Art Worker of Azerbaijan, People's Writer Natig Rasulzada was a guest of the Report Media School.
Report informs that the people's writer said that he had not addressed such a small audience for a long time.
"For the first time in recent years, I am addressing such a small audience. But this does not diminish the importance of the meeting, as a saying goes, keep no more cats than can catch mice. I know that the people sitting in front of me today are ready, they have read my books and come to the meeting. Of course, I have attended hundreds of meetings, book and film presentations. But over recent years, especially in meetings with students, I feel that the audience is not interested. There are many people, who read books and ask interesting questions, but most of them are far from books.”
Natig Rasulzada also noted the importance of increasing the desire to read books:
"We need specialists to distribute books. We can call them book managers or impresarios, but unless serious work is done, book sales will not go up. Today's buyer is very lazy, and if books are sold in an inappropriate venue or are inaccessible, they will not go there. In order to deliver the print products to the buyer, there must be suitable venues, comfortable conditions, as well as bookstores on the street. You can even rent the book at a low price provided there are readers."
To recap, Natiq Rasulzada answered the questions of students of Report Media School and shared his creative plans.