We are thrilled to announce at the TOC conference in New York that Plympton is joining forces with DailyLit, the oldest and largest digital distributor of daily serialized fiction. Chosen as the #1 book website by the Sunday Times in London, DailyLit has … Continued
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We are co-hosting a live event for the Twitter Fiction Festival on December 1, 2012 at the New York Public Library. Yael Goldstein Love served as one of the panelists that selected the participants. Details below!
We’re super-excited to note that Plympton’s own Yael Goldstein Love has been announced as part of the selection panel for the Twitter Fiction Festival. We’ve seen a sneak peak of some of the submissions, and they are good! Reminder, the festival runs … Continued
Plympton will be taking part, somehow, in the Twitter Fiction Festival (11/28-12/2). As we’ve mentioned before. Anyone can apply: published, not published, self-published. They really want to push Twitter as a creative platform for storytelling. What does that mean? Well we … Continued
Today at an event at the New York Public Library, Twitter’s Andrew Fitzgerald announced the first ever Twitter Fiction Festival, which will take place from November 28 to December 2, 2012. Anyone can apply, published, not-published, self-published. An estimated 12-20 authors will take part, judged … Continued
The Seattle Times just published this piece by Jenny on the emergence of the “third tier” of publishing, and what we can learn from the blogging revolution. WHEN I was a young New York Times technology reporter at the turn … Continued
Jeff Bezos standing in front of our three Plympton covers — “Hacker Mom,” “The Many Lives of Lilith Lane,” and “Love is Strong as Death” — at the September 6, 2012 Amazon event in Santa Monica. (This picture is from wired.com). … Continued