huffpoAt the Huffington Post, Jürgen Fauth considers Fictionaut’s disruptive potential and whether “it may be more productive to consider the changes roiling the publishing industry evolutionary rather than revolutionary.”

The wonderful thing about running a site as open as Fictionaut is that when you give up control, good things happen. When we gave users a way to form subcommunities, forward-thinking magazine editors and small publishers like Keyhole, Praire Schooner, Barrelhouse, Mississippi Review, Flatmancrooked, Electric Literature, Everyday Genius, Word Riot, Gigantic, Wigleaf, Dogzplot, Featherproof, and Matchbook started their own groups on the site.

Read “Transcend and Include: Fictionaut and the Future of the Literary Magazine.”

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