Litmocracy Provides Writers, Authors And Thinkers The Ability To Get Published Based On Skill

Top Quote Litmocracy seeks small, highly intelligent authors and reading audiences to find the best talent available today, providing many unique opportunities for writers to get published and readers to pick who and what they really want to read. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 14, 2011 - Litmocracy, an independent publisher and writing workshop, offers writers and readers a unique opportunity to make a difference in the future of the publishing industry. With authors Barb Terry, race car driver and spokes-model, and Don Eminizer already in the fold, Litmocracy is looking to expand its publishing wing, but not in an outdated or typical means.

    Litmocracy seeks small, highly intelligent authors and audiences and provides a tool they can use to keep out the riff-raff in as unbiased a manner as possible. It isn't for those afraid to compete with their peers or those who need an authority to validate them or their writing. Every day, there is a small number of writings that teach, fascinate, inspire thought, and motivate improvement. Through the act of judging one thing against another, or providing your own material to be judged, Litmocracy will help you become one of the few writers who are ever able to write one of them, to reach people and make a difference.

    Aside from an unpublished author contest, a quarterly called Literal translations, and plenty of freelance opportunities, Litmocracy provides any writer a rare opportunity to break into the business, and to refine their craft.

    According to founder Dave Scotese: "Litmocracy offers an opportunity to explore the world through relative judgments instead of absolute ones. What you like best is different from what others like best, but most publishers will happily dive into the mud where they can find the lowest common fascination for the largest audience. The one-size-fits all approach is killing them and the industry, and Litmocracy is here to give authors and readers something to hang onto while the rest of the industry drowns in nepotism, cronyism, and statism."

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