We’ve been lucky to get a lot of press attention. You can read about the coverage on our merger with DailyLit. Below is more about our favorites.
The New York Times, September 30, 2012
“E-Books Expand Their Potential With Serialized Fiction” by Julie Bosman
A look at all the publishing efforts in the serialized fiction space.
Time Magazine, October 15, 2012 (subscription required)
“Stay Tuned for E-Serials” By Lily Rothmans
The Atlantic Monthly, March 2013
“Serial Thriller From literature to appointment television, episodic storytelling is flourishing”
By Megan Garber
Wired, September 10, 2012
“Pulp Fiction 2.0: Cheap Thrills For Your Kindle Are Publishing’s Newest Cliffhanger”
By Ryan Tate
The Seattle Times, October 10, 2012
“Op-ed: Book publishing, like journalism, up-ended by digital ink” by Jennifer 8 Lee
Our president and publisher on what the professionalization of blogs can tell us about the future of books.
Publishing Perspectives, December 3, 2012
E-Serials as the “Third Layer” in the Publishing World by Dena Croog
A comprehensive look at Plympton’s model so far.
PandoDaily, September 11, 2012
“All Hail King Content! Four Startups on the Vanguard of Paid Digital Content” by Nathaniel Mott.
How Plympton, Matter, Narratively, and Homicide Watch are challenging the ethic of unpaid writers
The Harvard Crimson, September 7, 2012
“Harvard Grads Found ‘Plympton’ Publishing House” by Fatina Mirza
A profile of Plympton from 14 Plympton!
Jane Friedman, October 12, 2011
Yael Goldstein Love on serial as art form.
Tuesday Serial, October 1, 2012
Round table with people working in the serial space.
The Kindle Chronicles, October 5, 2012
Interview with Yael Goldstein Love on serialized fiction.
The Guardian, September 15, 2012
“Will Amazon’s Victorian venture be a serial thriller?” by Anna Baddeley.
A British piece wonders if serialized fiction could breathe new life into big social novels.
El Pais, September 17, 2012
“Entre Dickens y The Wire: vuelve la novela por entregas” by Virginia Collera. Plympton en español!
Finzioni Magazine, September 21, 2012
“Tremate, i feuilleton sono tornati!” by Francesca Modena.
An Italian fiction magazine discusses the high and low antecedents of serialized fiction.
E-book-news.de, September 10, 2012
“Gesetz de Serie: Plympton, ein “Studio fur Literature”, produziert Serials fur Kindle & Co” by Ansgar Warner
A nice piece about Plympton and the history of serialized fiction (thanks to our Production Editor for paying attention during German class).
Koltukname, September 12, 2012
“Yeni çağın tefrikası.”
A thoughtful look from a Turkish culture blog on the revival of serialized fiction.