Publishers are adopting crowdsourcing platforms in order to empower readers and authors without losing them to pure self-publishing platforms.
Molly O Neill
"Longform" is a buzzword these days and it's generally used to refer to nonfiction works for adults. But Toronto-based illustrated storytelling platform Storybird thinks longform can work for a younger crowd, too, and this week it rolled out options that let writers serialize longer illustrated works. Until now, Storybird's two available formats were picture books and poetry.