Subscribe to our 2013 season and you get the 4 great titles we released in 2013, plus a bonus book from our backlist—all that for just $36. Information on the 2013 titles is below, and as to the bonus, you get to pick one of the following: Strange Harbors, Wherever I Lie Is Your Bed, Some Kind of Beautiful Signal, Counterfeits, or New World / New Words. (Enter the title on the line provided when you check out, otherwise we’ll surprise you!)

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What they’ve said about our 2013 titles:

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The author received the 2011 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize

“He is rigorous, fearless, and funny” — Daniel Alarcón

The author was a Granta Best Young Spanish-Language Author

“There’s a lot to like—and laugh at—here, especially riffs on the awfulness of Meg Ryan movies.” — Publishers Weekly

 
 
 

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The author was a finalist for the 2013 International Booker Prize

Finalist for the 2013 French-American Foundation Translation Prize

“NDiaye, who received France’s most prestigious literary prize . . . may be that nation’s most startling new literary voice.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review

“A superb short story collection. . . . Her oneiric tales suggest a necessary truth about contemporary life that explains why she is increasingly—and justly—recognized as a major world writer.” — Rain Taxi Review of Books

 

 

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“Four nightmarish novellas . . . The writing is sinuous and propulsive; disturbing images are rendered with icy, swift precision.” — The New Yorker

“These stories lead the reader on a race through the abyss . . .” — Paul La Farge, author of Luminous Airplanes

“Jonathan Littell’s The Fata Morgana Books is the most startling expression of the tradition of the nouveau roman in a generation.” — The American Reader

“Here genitalia prove as amorphous as the desires they incite, and slaughter leaves only casual impressions upon its casualties. . . . As much as we loathe these atrocity exhibits, we turn every knob. Littell has organized the mechanisms, but our desire is what fuels the machine.” — BOMB

 

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“Landmarks succeeds at doing what a good anthology should: it offers a tantalizing array of good writing . . . [E]ndeavors such as Two Lines . . . are on the front lines of expanding our access to literary voices that would otherwise be simply inaccessible to American readers.” — Los Angeles Review of Books

Coedited by leading German translator Susan Bernofsky and celebrated poet and translator Christopher Merrill

“[Two Lines is] an appetite-whetting sampler of authors whose work any serious reader cannot afford to be without.” — Oscar Villalon, ZYZZYZVA

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