“At BiblioCrunch [authors] can post the service she needs and her budget. Editors, designers, and other pros can bid on the work.”

“The internet and new technology is making a dream of being an author a reality for many writers. Online self-publishing – bypassing agents and publishing houses is now a fast-growing sector.”
“post a project, gather proposals and then decide on which offer to take.”
“Write the book that will launch your career. Julia Child’s first cookbook helped turn her into a star. Follow her recipe, but get to the table faster by self-publishing. You can hire an editor, designer, and formatting expert … via”


“BiblioCrunch, a platform that matches authors and publishers with quality, award-winning professionals to get new books and apps to market.”

“With its new model, it hopes to provide a service understaffed publishers are actively looking for, while giving skilled freelancers a chance to sell their work.”


“…the authoring and management and packaging tools these startups showed off…are light-years ahead of the tools that large incumbent media companies have.”

“After retooling its business model, BiblioCrunch, a free DIY e-book production and distribution platform, is being relaunched with a new e-book production and editorial services marketplace. ”

Columbia Journalism Review
“Paley Center presents: ‘The Next Big Thing in Digital News Innovation'”

“Startups that focus on offering new back-end tools and services to boost efficiency in the publishing lifecycle will be, as Don Linn hailed them, ‘heroes, even if largely unrecognized, this year.”

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