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Happy #WIT Month! Our Summer Sale is On!

Our Summer Sale is on! Now through August 31st, take 20% off all books and 30% off special collections, including the #WITMonth collection of 15 books by women authors.

As strange as all our days have become, summertime has—thankfully—arrived more or less as expected. To celebrate, we’re adding discounted literature in translation to that regular mix of heat and humming a/c units. 

Now through August 31st, we invite you to take 20% off all books and 30% off our special collections.

Collections include “The Future of Asian Literature,” a selection of new and recent titles from Korea, Malaysia, Japan, and Thailand; “Nonfiction Without Borders,” three books that derive creativity from the limits of categorization; and “Pride, Worldwide,” which compasses nearly one hundred years of gay literature in translation with titles translated from Danish, Czech, and Brazilian Portuguese. Additionally, we’re offering everything we publish by Marie NDiaye, Wolfgang Hilbig, and João Gilberto Noll at this special discounted price. There’s no better time than now to dig into the hypnotic tales of NDiaye; the desolate, haunted worlds of Hilbig; and Noll’s hallucinogenic portraits of individuals seeking freedom, movement, and escape. View all of these collections here.

Also, as you may have noticed, it’s Women in Translation Month! Exclusively as part of this celebration, we’re offering  The Complete #WITMonth Collection—fifteen excellent books, all of them authored by women—for just $170! There’s simply no better way to commit yourself to a month, a year, a lifetime of reading women in translation.

One more thing before you get to browsing. While supplies last, all orders will ship with a limited edition (and, frankly, gorgeous) poster, which we produced to commemorate the release of Home, the second book in our Calico Series.

OK, onward to the books! Remember EVERY BOOK and EVERY COLLECTION is included in this sale! Enjoy—and thanks, as always, for reading.