All time: Income: $45,182.64 Outgo: $26,882.02 Net: $18,300.62 This reporting period: Income: $3,148.69 Special editions: $1,925.00 (all time $200.73) Lulu Paperbacks: $154.29 (all time $863.54) Amazon Paperbacks: $80.08 (all time $383.27) CDs: $0.00 (all time $54) Donations (29 donors): $337.25 (all time $3,128.92) Columns: $00.00 (all time $10,000.00) Print on Demand bookstore sales: $81.00 (all … Continue reading
J Devitt rolled all the audio files into one big M4B file for iOS devices — thanks, J!
40K, an Italian publisher, have brought out a standalone ebook version of my novella Chicken Little, publishing it simultaneously in English and Italian with some lovely illustrations. They’re starting it off at a low price (which will go up on Nov 16): $0.99 in the Kindle store; £0.86 in the UK Kindle store; €0.99 in … Continue reading
Daniel Krause interviewed me in Booklist about my DIY short story collection, With a Little Help, on the occasion of that book being listed in the Ingram catalog, which’ll make it easy for libraries to get copies.
All time: Income: $42,033.95 Outgo: $24,887.49 Net: $17,146.46 This reporting period: Income: $2,231.23 Special editions: $550.00 (all time $18,148.00) Lulu Paperbacks: $48.14 (all time $709.25) Amazon Paperbacks: $174.65 (all time $303.29) CDs: $0.00 (all time $54) Donations (43 donors): $568.44 (all time $2,791.17) Columns: $800.00 (all time $10,000.00) Print on Demand bookstore sales: $90.00 (all … Continue reading
Seattle’s kick-ass University of Washington bookstore is the latest local store to start selling my DIY science fiction short story collection, With a Little Help, printing it on demand from their Espresso Book Machine. They’re even giving away some copies to celebrate.
Amsterdam’s excellent American Book Center is now carrying my DIY science fiction short story collection, With a Little Help, in its inventory; they’ve got a print-on-demand machine that’ll print and bind a copy in any of the four covers (they’ll also ship within Europe and abroad).
Last week, New York’s McNally-Jackson Books started printing and carrying my DIY short story collection, With a Little Help using their on-site print-on-demand machine. Now, the most excellent Harvard Bookstore has begun to do the same, retailing the book in its Cambridge, Mass store.
I’ve teamed up with McNally-Jackson, a most excellent indie bookstore in Soho, NYC, to print and sell my DIY short story collection With a Little Help right in the store, using an Espresso book-machine. You can order them here, or buy them in-store. It’s similar to the deal I’ve struck with The University of Melbourne’s … Continue reading
My new DIY short story collection With a Little Help has garnered a positive writeup and review in the Wall Street Journal, thanks to Tom Shippey: So far so good, but “With a Little Help” shows that Mr. Doctorow isn’t starry-eyed about what will happen next. State bureaucracies can use technology as well as individuals, … Continue reading