Small Demons, the site that explores the people, places and things inside of books, has cut a content deal with Penguin.
Here’s more from the release:
Having already inked deals with Simon & Schuster, Random House, Harper Collins and Hachette, Small Demons now has content deals with five of the big six publishing houses. Many books within the Penguin collection, including bestselling genre fiction and the world’s leading classics brand Penguin Classics, will begin to appear on the site over the course of 2013, allowing readers to explore their favorite books and draw surprising connections between seemingly disparate literary worlds: from Jack Kerouac’s jazz legends to Jim Butcher’s Chicago wizards, from Jane Austen’s genteel England to Charlaine Harris’s tumultuous Bon Temps, Louisiana.
Last year, we interviewed founder Valla Vakili on the Morning Media Menu. He explained how writers and readers can build book collections using the new Storyboard feature, bringing together books on digital shelves.