For the first time, I’m interviewing not an author, but a publisher. Daniel J. Dombrowski owns the DJD Digital Press – aka 33rd Street Press. He defines it as a new kind of publishing partner, which sounds rather intriguing.
Dan kindly reached out to me after reading The Power of Six, my collection of short science fiction stories, to ask me if I’d be interested in submitting a short story to his upcoming magazine, Nonlocal Science Fiction. I soon became enthusiastic about the endeavor, and thought it would be interesting to showcase his approach to publishing; an approach I personally find refreshing.
Oh, and yes, he is publishing my short story in the magazine, so yay! 🙂
Hi, Dan! Great to have you here. First of all, is it the Daniel J. Dombrowski Digital Press, or the 33rd Street Press?
The formal name for the company…
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