I ordered Jason Landry's "Instant Connections: Essays and Interviews on Photography" a couple of weeks ago and finally got around to starting to read it late last week and I've got to say that I've found it to be a most enjoyable book! Landry owns the Panopticon Gallery in Boston and has a MFA in photography.
The book is a mixture of personal anecdotes, interviews, and thoughts from a gallery owner on how to get a photographers work out to the public. Anyone looking for technical information about cameras, equipment, or processing will be disappointed, but if you would be interested in a humorous take on the business side of art photography, then this is the book for you! You will not be disappointed!
Order and enjoy!