SF Signal does Spotlight on Prime Books

In many ways, small press publishers fill a niche. Whether it’s the literary crossover market that Small Beer Press excels in, or difficult to market novels that Night Shade embraces, they all do things the big boys don’t. They all publish more short story collections and anthologies than their larger peers, but Prime takes it further, relying almost exclusively on the format to sustain their business. In so doing they’re providing not only a market filler, but a vital service to the authors and the reading community. To the former, it’s an additional revenue stream for stories that would otherwise sit in a corner and gather dust, and for the latter a unique opportunity to sample, explore, or rediscover a writer.

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