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New Book Publisher Lets Readers Decide What Makes It Into Print

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Posted by Victoria McNallyPosted on Wed, 28 Jan 2015in Publishing News

Yesterday the Internet saw the launch of a brand new book publishing company designed specifically to appeal to "online culture ". It's called Readership, and it allows authors to publish extracts from their work onto the site so that readers can choose whether or not they are eventually published. Every "yes" votes gives the writer a donation for their project, and every "no" vote allows the reader the opportunity to provide feedback. We've talked about this sort of business-sponsored crowdfunding before on the BookWorks blog— like Pentian, which first began as a spanish laguage publisher in 2004 but has...