Standard Ebooks

About Standard Ebooks

Standard Ebooks is a volunteer-driven effort to produce a collection of high quality, carefully formatted, accessible, open source, and free public domain ebooks that meet or exceed the quality of commercially produced ebooks. The text and cover art in our ebooks is already believed to be in the public domain, and Standard Ebooks dedicates its own work to the public domain, thus releasing the entirety of each ebook file into the public domain. All the ebooks we produce are distributed free of cost and free of U.S. copyright restrictions.

Standard Ebooks is organized as a “low-profit L.L.C.,” or “L3C,” a kind of legal entity that blends the charitable focus of a traditional not-for-profit with the ease of organization and maintenance of a regular L.L.C. Our only source of income is donations from readers like you.

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Editor-in-Chief

  1. A portrait of Alex Cabal.

    Alex Cabal Contact information for Alex Cabal.

Editors

  1. A portrait of Robin Whittleton.

    David Grigg Contact information for David Grigg.

  2. A portrait of Robin Whittleton.

    B. Timothy Keith Contact information for B. Timothy Keith.

  3. A portrait of Vince Rice.

    Vince Rice Contact information for Vince Rice.

  4. A portrait of Emma Sweeney.

    Emma Sweeney Contact information for Emma Sweeney.

  5. A portrait of Robin Whittleton.

    Robin Whittleton Contact information for Robin Whittleton.

Corporate Sponsors

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    Scribophile

Patrons Circle

Join the Patrons Circle to have a direct voice in shaping the future of the Standard Ebooks catalog.

  1. Michael Barrineau

  2. Derrick Burns

  3. Matthew Chan

  4. Andrew Clunis

  5. Mark Cohen

  6. Maxwell Collins-Shenfield

  7. Alec Feather

  8. Wilhelm Fitzpatrick

  9. Carey Handfield

  10. Curtis Hendzell

  11. John Jarvis

  12. Brandon Sowers

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Friends of Standard Ebooks

Become a Friend of Standard Ebooks and support the beauty of literature in the digital age.

  1. Patrick Weyer