Right from the
beginning, Every Day Publishing has focused on bite-sized reading for a busy
In 2007, Jordan Ellinger, Camille Gooderham Campbell and Steven
Smethurst launched Every Day Fiction, one of the first daily online
flash fiction magazines, at a time when others were still publishing monthly or
Other magazines followed: Every Day Poets in 2008, then Flash Fiction Chronicles in 2009.
Ray Gun Revival was adopted by Every Day Publishing in 2011 after their original publisher moved away from magazines altogether. The magazine went on hiatus in 2012, but in early 2013 Every Day Publishing undertook a successful Kickstarter campaign to bring a selection of RGR's best stories to print along with new space opera stories from pro authors — Raygun Chronicles will be available for purchase in November 2013.
Every Day Publishing has most recently launched Every Day Novels, a new line of serialized novels, on the principle that literally reading together is the
logical next step for readers who already share and discuss their reading