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Night Shade Books chums up with Baen

31/10/2008. Contributed by Jessica Martin

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Night Shade Books has joined Subterranean Press and E-Reads as one of the lines of electronic books being distributed by US military science fiction-focused publisher Baen.

"In little over a decade, Night Shade Books has become one of the top independent genre publishers," James Minz, director of Baen's e-books program, told SFcrowsnest. "Their stated mission is to 'find the right reader for the right book,' and we're excited to help expand their mission into the electronic books market."

Jeremy Lassen at Night Shade Books added, "I'm extremely proud to be working with one of the leading independent publishers in the SF and fantasy genres. Baen has successfully led the industry into the future with its DRM-free electronic publishing program. This canny insight into the e-book market is just one of the many reasons Night Shade has chosen to partner with Baen for the launch of its e-book line."

Night Shade Books is an independent publisher of SF, fantasy, and horror. Their authors include Harry Turtledove, Elizabeth Moon, and S. M. Stirling, as well as Walter Jon Williams and Glen Cook.

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