Updated: Jun 7
Quirk Books extends its use of BiblioLIVE to include the Virtusales Royalty Portal, a secure platform for sharing digital royalty statements with authors and agents.
Quirk Books already uses BiblioLIVE to manage their title data, production processes, rights sales, and royalty calculations and to produce royalty statements. This decision will allow them to electronically deliver royalty statements while benefiting from:
A secure platform for sharing royalty statements with authors and agents.
Automated email notification to alert registered users of newly available royalty statements.
Reduced costs in delivering printed statements.
A search facility for authors and agents to find statements for various periods and contributors.
“We are delighted to be extending our use of the Biblio suite of software. The ability to deliver royalty statements online will help us in our continued efforts to reduce our carbon footprint, while also providing authors with easy, immediate access to statements for current and previous periods. The ease of use saves us time and effort while we, like the rest of the industry, work remotely.”
Megan DiPasquale, Director of Finance and Operations, Quirk Books
About Quirk Books
Quirk Books is headquartered on a charming cobblestone street in the historic Old City district of Philadelphia. Quirk publishes just 25 strikingly unconventional books per year. Always looking to set the next trend, Quirk delivers books and stories that are bold, unprecedented, beautifully designed, and affordable. Some of Quirk’s more popular titles include the best-selling YA series Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, fangirl favorite Geekerella, the legendary Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and classroom favorite William Shakespeare’s Star Wars—plus children’s books, pop culture titles, and more. Quirk’s books are distributed worldwide by Penguin Random House and available wherever books are sold.