Posts Tagged ‘neo-patronage’


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Kristopher Young talks neo-patronage at alterati.com!

Hey, just wanted to let everyone know Alterati.com has a new podcast up with Kristopher Young. In it, Kristopher and Joseph Matheny discuss Another Sky Press, neo-patronage (pay what you want), and more! It’s more of a conversation than an interview, and definitely worth checking out! Read more…


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ASP Audio Interview with the Dead Robot Society!

In case you haven’t noticed, the robots have slowly been joining forces over the course of the last few years. What were once simply lonely machines subjugated to a life of assembling toys for our pleasure have finally united under the banner of the Dead Robot Society, where they discuss writing, philosophy, literature, and the future of publishing. Their army is under construction (fortunately for us, ‘some assembly required’ was a bit of an understatement) and their world dominance will be forthcoming. Read more…


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Another Sky Press interview at Dogmatika!

Kristopher Young is interviewed by Susan Tomaselli of Dogmatika about Another Sky Press, neo-patronage, and the future of publishing! Read more…


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2007 Recap and Looking Forward to 2008!

Hey there!

The end of the year approaches and what a year it has been! Read more…


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Radiohead mainstreams neo-patronage!

I’ve always wondered how long it would take before mainstream artists started jumping ship. We had Prince distribute his last album for free in a sunday newspaper (links to Wired) and now we’ve got Radiohead selling digital downloads for (drumroll please!) whatever price you want! Including free. (links to telegraph.co.uk) Read more…


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Another Sky Press interviewed on Writer’s Talking

From the Writer’s Talking website:

In an era when more and more musicians are bypassing major record labels for independent methods of distribution, what online and multimedia choices exist for writers who don’t want to align themselves with the giant New York publishing establishment? Read more…


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our first contribution.

On April 9, 2006, one day after we launched, we received our first contribution. Thank you.