Explore how writers and publishers are using Kickstarter to bring new literature, periodicals, podcasts, and more to life.
The scroll returns with ten classic titles.
A Professional Magazine of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Speculative Literature
The first print collection of short stories from Alfie Award-winning author Alexandra Erin.
The Final Five have been found, but now it's time to put their gifts to use in this dramatic alternate history supernatural thriller!
My Best Book Reviews: 2010-2018
A fully illustrated 64-page hardback book about Dungeness, white egrets, climate change, Europe and apocalypse. Limited to 100 copies.
The original 1969 Apollo 11 flight plan, restored and reprinted in honor of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
A new publication dedicated to sharing stories about how ceramics influence the world around us.
An original deck of cards based on the Sufi approach to life's journey, with teaching stories and my artwork (limited edition of 100).
Prolific Works supports great stories and big ideas from emerging writers. Their new cohort of writers just launched some amazing book projects.
Ryan Fitzgibbon shares the lessons he learned from starting—and ending—an independent magazine.
A comprehensive guide to launching a book publishing venture by radical publisher Joe Biel.
Zine libraries are making sure the stories of marginalized communities aren't forgotten.
A beloved Robert Frost poem is among the many creations that are (finally) losing their protections in 2019.
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We were given privileged access to HMP Wandsworth. This un-storybook, based on our experience and prisoner true stories, is the result.
Help For Truth Media Launch a Three-Part Investigative Series on Florida's Wastewater Crisis and What Each of Us Can Do to Fix It
Historical photobook offering a first-person chronology of the events in Ferguson and beyond since August 9, 2014.