Plympton

  • Aiming To Fit Fiction Into Busy Schedules, Rooster Is An iPhone App For Serialized Novels

    Aiming To Fit Fiction Into Busy Schedules, Rooster Is An iPhone App For Serialized Novels

    If you’re the kind of person who talks nostalgically about how you used to read novels (you know, before you got busy with work and life, and before you had a million Internet-connected devices to distract you …), there’s an app called Rooster that might be able to help. Rooster was created by Plympton, a serialized fiction startup co-founded by former New York Times… Read More

  • Sometimes, I Like To Wait

    Sometimes, I Like To Wait

    So I finally finished watching the first season of House of Cards this weekend. Which is crazy, right? It’s been a full month and a half since all 13 episodes went live on Netflix. How could I wait so damn long to watch every episode, especially since traveling to South by Southwest meant that I had to wait two whole weeks before I could find out what happened to [REDACTED] after… Read More

  • Plympton Acquires DailyLit In A Serialized Fiction Team-Up, Susan Danziger And Albert Wenger Become Investors

    Plympton Acquires DailyLit In A Serialized Fiction Team-Up, Susan Danziger And Albert Wenger Become Investors

    Plympton, the serialized fiction studio founded by former New York Times reporter Jennifer 8. Lee and novelist Yael Goldstein Love, just announced that it has acquired DailyLit, which breaks classic and contemporary novels down into short chunks and delivers them via email. Plympton first emerged last year through a successful Kickstarter campaign (raising $56,588, nearly double the $30,000… Read More