Explore how writers and publishers are using Kickstarter to bring new literature, periodicals, podcasts, and more to life.
The best travel writing, anywhere.
From handbound books to tiny museums, these projects turn everyday objects into works of art.
Prolific Works supports great stories and big ideas from emerging writers. Their new cohort just launched some amazing book projects.
An exquisite letterpress printed and hand bound limited edition of Fitzgerald's masterwork with Art Deco flair.
100 beautiful ways to share the brilliant words of visionary women writers, from Sappho to Sylvia Plath.
PETER PAN, CRIME & PUNISHMENT and THE BLAZING WORLD, presented in oversized, lavishly illustrated heirloom edition slipcase hardcovers.
A tiny museum of authentic type and printing artifacts from letterpress to the present: a prized possession and a teaching tool.
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A fairy tale collection with an asexual slant, from award-winning author Elizabeth Hopkinson.
The world’s first chapter book for transgender kids and other humans
'X Marks The Spot' is an anthology of personal essays, poetry and art all by nonbinary creators about their experiences with gender.
A podcast featuring short fiction by women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ authors.
A book, a study guide, a whole new way to look at reproductive rights
A monthly subscription box that focuses on BIPOC authors for readers of young adult fiction.
A celebration of the Pulp Magazines
Xia Jia's first English language short story collection and the debut book from Clarkesworld Books, a new SF translation imprint.
A world of near dystopian automatons and the future of humanity's evolution. The second book in the Salvaged series.
Hit the Bricks is an audio drama set in the world of the Oz books by L Frank Baum 100 years after Dorothy's adventures.
A new comedic fantasy podcast, perfect for fans of The Adventure Zone and Critical Role
Exploring place and space in the Roman empire.