Our holiday sale is on!

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Looking for a new book for yourself or a loved one over the holidays? We’re offering 20% off our books and free domestic standard shipping* now through December 19!

Discount automatically applied. 

*Last day to order for arrival by December 24 with domestic standard shipping is December 14 at 12:00 p.m. CST. With domestic priority shipping (guaranteed delivery), the last day to order is December 19 at 12:00 p.m. CST.

Not sure what to get? Check out our mini gift-guide below: 


 Follow the judges’ advice


Indecency by Justin Phillip Reed
Winner of the National Book Award in Poetry


Intricate, intimate, difficult, and confrontational poems that push at the boundaries of selfhood, skin, culture, sexuality, and blood.

 


In the Distance
 by Hernán Díaz
Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction


A young Swedish boy, separated from his brother, becomes a man; the man, despite himself, becomes a legend and outlaw.

 


Mean
 by Myriam Gurba
Finalist for the Lambda Literary Award in LGBTQ Nonfiction

Gurba grows up queer, chicana, and take no prisoners. Her story is a revelation, a delight, and an eye-opener.

 


 Engage with today’s world


Tell Me How It Ends 
by Valeria Luiselli


A damning confrontation between the American dream and the reality of undocumented children seeking a new life in the U.S.


Eleanor, or, The Rejection of the Progress of Love by Anna Moschovakis

Close friends / distant lovers / lost paragraphs / a theft, a trip, a commune, a question: how to live in this world?

 


Perennial by Kelly Forsythe

Girlhood, selfhood, and the fragility of safety in tender poems that examine and then mourn micro- and macroscopic violence.

 


  Peruse our latest translations


Comemadre 
by Roque Larraquy, translated by Heather Cleary


Literary Latin American flatliners: a smart, engrossing, and darkly funny novel experimenting with where life and love begin and end.

 


After the Winter
 by Guadalupe Nettel, translated by Rosalind Harvey

In Havana, Paris, and New York City, Claudio and Cecilia succumb to our implacable movement toward love.

 


Empty Set
 by Verónica Gerber Bicecci, translated by Christina MacSweeney

A venn diagram for love, Bicecci’s narrator traces and reconstructs her relationship using geometry, ice cores, and tree rings.

 


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