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September 7, 2009

Fiction Publishing Questions

Paul has a post over on Futurismic about the future of fiction publishing, the future we’re all trying to guess and figure out.

He’s trying to collect answers to the following questions:

where do you pay to read fiction, if anywhere? What does it take to get you to pay, and what amount seems reasonable to you for what you’re getting – if anything?

Do you object to advertising on the sites where you read fiction, or are they acceptable so long as you’re not paying for the privilege of seeing them? Would you pay a small premium for an ad-free version of a webzine, or are the mechanics of a paywall off-putting enough to keep you away from a publication you might otherwise click through to regularly?

So head over there and let him know, and perhaps we can piece together a picture of what the future might be like…