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  • Linen Press

    Linen Press is the only independent women’s press in the UK.

    Only recently starting to sell e-books direct from their own shop, Linen Press has been publishing "fine writing for women, by women" for about ten years.

    Founded by Lynn Michell, their first book, Childhood’s Hill:

    "...sold out, was re-printed, and beat Ian Rankin one week in Blackwell’s best sellers."

    Their two (for now) e-books are reasonably discounted from their paper counterparts and are sold as a Zip file containing both ePub and Mobi formats.

  • The Future Fire

    Futurefire is a publisher of short speculative fiction stories, poetry and art.

    They publish The Future Fire, a magazine:

    "...of beautiful and useful short stories and poetry in Social-political and Progressive Speculative Fiction, Feminist SF, Queer SF, Eco SF, Multicultural SF and Cyberpunk, and an experiment in and celebration of new writing."

    Issues are published approximately four times a year and are available to download for free in ePub and Mobi formats.

  • Comics Fu

    The Italian comic creation and shop site, Comics Fu, is currently in its pilot stage, but looks very promising for both comic readers and creators.

    A platform which enables authors to distribute their digital comics directly to readers.

    Creators set the price for their work, and get their own shop page. The site automaticaly generates multiple formats from uploaded files to suit every reader, and takes a fee from each transaction.

    While it's currently in Italian, the founders have expressed their desire to support more languages. Keep an eye on the full launch of Comics Fu for some great deals.

    Comics are available in both high and low quality PDF, ePub (in different versions) and CBZ/CBR formats.

  • Dynamite Digital

    Dynamite's CEO and Publisher, Nick Barrucci explains that:

    "Expanding into DRM-free content, made available directly to consumers from our website, is simply giving the consumers the option for what they want and how they want it, and continues to reach out to a non-traditional comic-reading audience."

    Dynamite have a massive selection of comics. From Battlestar Galactica: Zarek to Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, there's a range and depth to their collection. I'm going to dive into the Pathfinder titles and maybe some Bob's Burgers.

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