NowU. The online lifestyle site from Gannett newspapers interviewed Book Country members about the benefits of joining an online writing community.
Electric Literature. The non-profit featured Book Country's interactive genre map on their blog.
Publishers Weekly. InterMix, the digital-first imprint of Berkley/New American Library, has acquired TRYST, a novel by Alex Rosa developed on Book Country.
On the Media. The nationally syndicated NPR show talks with Book Country founder Molly Barton about the benefits of workshopping and publishing with a community. Book Country community member and author Carl E. Reed discusses how Book Country changed his career.
Forbes. The international magazine explores how Book Country helps writers develop their work, self-publish, and grow their audience "even beofre they have finished writing their book."
Huffington Post. Book Country founder Molly Barton explains why she founded Book Country and the importance of a community where writers help each other connect, create better books, and build the natural audience for their work.
Beyond the Book. In this podcast from the Copyright Clearance Center, Book Country Director Brandi Larsen talks about how writers from Pittsburgh to Pakistan can join Book Country's writing and publishing community and collaborate in over 60 different literary categories.
Buch Report. The German trade paper celebrates Book Country's expansion and calls Book Country's community "second to none." Note: This article is in German.
Shelf Awareness. In the newsletter that helps readers find books, they share that Book Country now includes a book store, one of the many places where Book Country authors sell their e-books.
Digital Book World. Book Country celebrates becoming a writing and publishing community of 10,000 members.
Wise, Ink. Dedicated to helping authors through the hurdles of publishing, Wise, Ink shares why Book Country is their "new favorite online community for writers."
USA TODAY. Book Country member and author Kerry Schafer writes how her dream of writing and being published came true because of Book Country in this piece for the daily newspaper.
The Atlantic. The culture magazine reports on the first sale of a manuscript workshopped on Book Country, sold as a two-book deal.
TechCrunch. The technology blog describes how Book Country creates a community of like-minded writers.
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