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  • Groupees

    Based in Portland, OR, USA, Groupees transforms the distribution of digital media entertainment into a fun, social and exciting experience.

    Groupees is a unique online and mobile platform for distribution of digital media, including comics and ebooks, with real-time social features so users can share their passions with like-minded people from around the world. Especially interesting are their e-book and comic bundles.

    E-books and comics come in a variety of formats, but usually include ePub, Mobi and PDF.

  • Luna Station Quarterly

    The on-going mission of Luna Station Quarterly is to display the vast and varied talents of female-identified speculative fiction writers.

    We believe that women have a unique and universal voice in fiction and we aim to get it heard.

    This idea was conceived by founding editor, Jennifer Lyn Parsons, after spending time in the trenches of the Star Wars fan fiction community and being exposed to the particular and unique writing styles of the women and girls who posted there.

    Issues include ePub, Mobi and PDF formats.

  • Old Computr

    Founded in March 2014, Old Computr is a wonderful collection of articles and photographs of retro computers.

    The books themselves are beautifully compiled and the photographs are stunning. A must-buy for any fan of the more mature computing hardware, especially from Atari, Commodore and Acorn.

    Books are sold in PDF format.

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