FROM SELF-E TO INDIE AUTHOR PROJECT
What began as a partnership with Library Journal on the SELF-e program several years ago, has grown into an incredible, dynamic community of indie authors, readers, and librarians now known as the Indie Author Project.
The Indie Author Project is a publishing community that includes multiple curation organizations and partners (including Library Journal), events like Indie Author Day, public library service and programming support, and a network of indie book contests built to help libraries find the best indie books and share them with their patrons. The idea is spreading around the world and creating a new book ecosystem in which libraries are at the center.
With the expansion of this project, we’ve also partnered with other library eBook lenders such as OverDrive, cloudLibrary, and DPLA to bring you commercial IAP collections where authors are now able to earn royalties.
To learn more about the Indie Author Project and this growing community, visit our website.