Author Archive | Will Evans

Dallas Publisher Launches Deep Vellum Emergency Fund for Texas Literary Artists

Dallas — As COVID-19 reshapes the American economy, Texas literary artists are disproportionately impacted by the crisis. Many writers work on a freelance basis and are facing reduced project income or have been laid off. With the publishing and book distribution industries on hold, Texas literary artists are experiencing dire financial insecurity.  In response to […]

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Digital Care Packages Now Available

Send a care package to yourself, or to loved ones who happen to be outside your social distance-appropriate bubble, without having to go to the post office.  Deep Vellum is offering themed eBook bundles for purchase on our website. For $20, send four Deep Vellum eBooks to someone who desperately needs a literary virtual hug […]

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Join Deep Vellum for our Sixth Anniversary Party!

Six years ago, Deep Vellum was born! And five years ago, we published our first title, Texas: The Great Theft by Carmen Boullosa. Deep Vellum has grown tremendously since 2013, amassing three new imprints with a catalog of almost 100 books in over 30 languages. In celebration of these landmarks, please join us for Deep […]

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North Texas Giving Day 2019

It has been a big year for Deep Vellum Publishing. Thanks to our readers and supporters, we have been able to broaden our support of the literary world in Texas and beyond. This year, we acquired two independent presses (A Strange Object and Phoneme), bringing them in as editorial imprints. With these two imprints, our […]

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It’s a #WITmonth Giveaway!

Here it is: our glorious WIT stack. How many of these amazing titles have you read? Happy August! Or as we like to call it, Women in Translation Month. 2019 marks the sixth year of celebrating books in translation authored/translated by women, an effort begun by Meytal Radzinski. While this celebration comes from a place […]

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Ófeigur Sigurdsson’s Öræfi: The Wasteland, translated from Icelandic by Lytton Smith, is a Best Translated Book Award finalist!!! The winner will be announced at the New York Rights Fair on Wednesday, May 29th. At 4:15 is a panel “International Literature: Promoting and Finding Audiences. Afterwards, at 5:00, the winner will be announced, with a $2,000 […]

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