Why is it so difficult to find quality literature? Publishers have suffocated the arts focusing not on the words, but on the profits in the words. For authors, PulpBits.com offers respectable recognition and international exposure at no cost. Authors are encouraged to take risks in their writing without fear of censorship. For readers, PulpBits.com offers instant access to today’s best literary voices. SpokenBits (sound clips of authors reading their work), ListBits (Flash-driven archived grocery lists), and WordBits (drag/drop magnetic poetry) entertain visitors. Vermont-based design firm, Visual Content, developed PulpBits from the ground up. The ecommerce launch is slated for August 1st, 2003.

Why this is of interest to Campus Times readers: Until now, eBooks were only for the get-rich-quick schemes. Now, literature has found a new, uncensored venue – PulpBits.com. Writing students and professors are encouraged to submit their work for consideration.

Contact Information:

Lisa Evensonlevenson@visualcontent.com802.658.6997 (day and evening)PO Box 3217Burlington, VT 05401



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