As a follow-up to last week’s post about Jonathan Franzen and his comments on the “little videos” that authors sometimes publish, I here offer some of my own thoughts about literary fiction and the likelihood that it will survive the indie revolution. Do you have any thoughts on the likelihood that literary fiction will successfully transition to indie publishing?
Author Jay Lemming Comments on Literary Fiction and Indie Publishing
Readers may also be interested in this post by Sangeeta Mehta entitled Is Self-Publishing a Viable Option for Literary Fiction Writers as well as my earlier post, Tearing Down the Wall: Why The Literary Community Should Embrace Indie Authors.
Comment: Please comment below with any thoughts about how you feel literary fiction will ultimately fare in the 21st century. And if you have not yet received your complimentary copy of “Why Literary Fiction Will Survive the Indie Revolution”, you can pick up your copy here.
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Clicked to get that free copy of “Why Literary Fiction Will Survive …” but says the link is broken?
Jay Lemming says
My apologies. I changed up the link at some point and neglected to make the update on this post. I will email you a copy of “Why Literary Fiction Will Survive the Indie Revolution” momentarily (and update the link, of course). Thanks for taking the time to let me know! Jay