Ox and Pigeon Visits The Appendix to Discuss Digital Publishing

The Appendix, a journal of experimental and narrative history, has just posted an article written by Ox and Pigeon editor and co-founder Jason Curran about our origins and goals for the future:

When Ox and Pigeon was an idea without a name a couple of years ago, our goal was to provide English-reading audiences with high quality translations of stories and novels they’d not previously had access to. When we finally stopped talking about it and decided to try it out, we chose to publish these new translations as ebooks because we love the flexibility of the format and its potential as a complement to traditional print books and journals.

Read the rest of the post here.