"This summer nine inhabitants answered Peirene’s call for writers to respond to their situation with a collaborative piece of fiction. The result is Shatila Stories."
"Crowdfunding is becoming a useful tool for independent authors and publishers to reach a diverse readership."
Bookselling Without Borders is a collaboration involving five American independent presses: Europa Editions, Graywolf Press, Other Press, The New Press, and Catapult.
"InterSastra is raising money to put together a series from banned writers around the world, translated into three languages: Indonesian, English, and Norwegian."
"For BuSSy to continue to share with the world the remarkable histories of our storytellers, we need a safe and open space to hold our workshops..away from censorship and content-controlling funding..."
Sarah Irving and Henry Bell, co-editors of the forthcoming volume of Palestinian poetry in translation -- A Bird is not a Stone -- are perhaps the first to run a successful crowdfunding campaign to promote Arabic literature in translation. ArabLit wanted to hear more about how they did it, and why they thought it worked.