While the open access (OA) movement has been moving at dizzying speeds for the past year, its strongest support from academia has been from the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) community. But a group of academics and OA supporters are aiming to change that through the Open Library of Humanities (OLH). Their aim is to build a “low cost, sustainable, Open Access future for the humanities.” While the initiative is still in its early stages of development, it has moved at warp speed from informal conversations to grassroots support to a more organized effort and plan. In the past few weeks, the project has added many highly respected academics and members of the OA publishing community to its growing network of advisory committees. Efforts are now focused on moving forward the group’s ambitious ideas for a new model of scholarly publishing from vision to fruition.