A new kind of publishing company for a new age.
While technology has rapidly evolved, the way publishers and writers bring books to readers really hasn't. Storytelling in TV has become more sophisticated and multilayered, podcasts have risen to mainstream media status—but ebooks are just books on digital devices, not easier, more fun, or more social than they were before.
Serial Box is here to change all of that: artfully blending together the best of series television and the convenience of ebooks and audiobooks to bring readers a new form of story telling. Releasing fiction serials over the course of 10-16 week seasons, Serial Box is about delivering addictive episodes straight to the user’s digital device to be read or listened to anytime, anywhere.
Taking a few pages from the world of television, Serial Box hires a team of a talented and award-winning writers to collaborate on each serial, pulling the best ideas to develop great characters and craft a narrative that captivates readers over the course of the season. A new ensemble of writers works on each series, so each will vary in genre and length, but they'll always be entertaining page-turners that keep you wondering what will happen in next week's episode.
The Serial Box Team
Julian Yap is a cofounder of Serial Box Publishing. He previously served as senior counsel in the Department of Justice, after clerking for the Supreme Court of Texas. He received his B.A. from Yale University, a Masters from the University of Pennsylvania, and a J.D. and L.L.M from Duke University School of Law. He lives in New York City. @JulianYap
Molly Barton is a cofounder of Serial Box Publishing. Previously she was Global Digital Director at Penguin Random House where she lead the global ebook business, and digital product innovation and content strategy, in addition to building the community-curated publishing platform Book Country. She earned her B.A. from Wesleyan University, where she has also recently served as a faculty member of the Writing Program. She lives in New York City. @MolBarton
James Stuart is the CTO of Serial Box. He previously worked for Spring Health as the lead engineer. He also worked at OkCupid, Columbia University Libraries, and Bridgewater Associates as a developer. He received his degree from Yale University, and lives in New York City. @pristinenoise