Publishing is changing. Left and right you’ll see articles about how self-publishing is gaining credibility and the web is changing the face of how writers find readers. Bibliofaction is a perfect example of this movement – yet it is purely for short stories. Because getting a story published on top literary sites can be as competitive as The New Yorker, writers need a place with guaranteed exposure to large audiences.
Bibliofaction allows anyone to publish a short story within an active writing community, ready to give immediate feedback and quality is determined in part by reader comments. Writers can upload short stories, write detailed book reviews, learn about the community with daily newsletter, and network with other writers and other readers. Bibliofaction promises an interactive writer forum but this functionality is not yet live.
For readers, Bibliofaction offers a plethora of short stories spanning a wide range of genres including non-fiction, political, science fiction, drama, and even children’s stories. Comments can be submitted by registered users for any story, providing direct and immediate feedback to the author.
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June 8, 2013
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