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Per Capita Publishing, a division of Content Capital, is dedicated to coming alongside forward-thinking authors to publish strategically-positioned books on a wide variety of subjects including business, self-help, lifestyle, pop-culture, and memoir. Our mission is to assist thought leaders, develop original projects, and publish intelligent, rigorously edited, carefully crafted, and handsomely designed books that build devoted audiences and establish the author as experts in their field.

Beyond editorial direction and production, our team provides holistic support to our clients to help broaden their reach and further promote their message. We view our authors as a whole entity and want to provide the tools and services to best create new opportunities and innovative vision.

Retain your rights.

By maintaining intellectual property, you maintain control.

Faster timeline.

While traditional publishing can take up to two years, we can publish your book in as little as three months.

Higher Royalties.

As opposed to the standard 15% royalty provided to authors, you 75%-100% depending on distribution.

Intentional Strategies.

The publishing industry often falls into traditional patterns. By independently publishing, the creative opportunities are endless.


Author, speaker, and entrepreneur, Clint Greenleaf is disrupting the publishing industry yet again. In 1997, Clint used non-traditional publishing methods to grow Greenleaf Book Group into one of the industry’s leading independent book publishers and distributors.  With Clint at the helm, Greenleaf Book Group represented thousands of titles, produced over 30 NY Times and Wall Street Journal best sellers, and was one of INC's fastest-growing companies in America, making the INC 500 list in 2006 and the INC 5000 list from 2007-2012.  Clint sold Greenleaf Book Group in 2011, and stayed with the company as CEO and Chairman until 2014.


Having created an innovative and successful business model, Clint shares his best practices (and his mistakes) with organizations around the globe.