DRM-Free Ebook Retailer Focused on Small Presses and Literary Fiction Launches June 3rd

by Rachel Baker on May 27, 2014

If you are a lover of new, inexpensive books, then put June 3rd on your calendar. On that date, head on over to the new ebook retailer, 0s&1s Novels and pick up some small press and literary fiction coalesced by the publishers for the launch of this great DRM-free ebook store.

There are great titles available now if you are interested. I can’t vouch for the writing or stories in the books, but the titles sure do capture the imagination!

Starting June 3, 0s&1s Novels (0s-1s.com) will offer its inaugural catalog of e-books. Each book will sell for $6, DRM-free as a digital package: epub, mobi and pdf files. In addition to three original novels, the site features titles from 13 publishers, including Coach House Books in Toronto, Black Balloon Publishing and Tyrant Books in New York, Curbside Splendor in Chicago, and Red Hen Press in Pasadena, California.

The collective was formed by Andrew Lipstein, a 26-year-old industry outsider, in an effort to reimagine selling literary books online. Publishers have struggled to strike fair terms with their limited options, most notably Amazon and iBooks. Independent publishers, in particular, often are unable to afford the added expenses needed for exposure on the “world’s largest bookstore.”

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