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Digital Care Package – WOMEN WRITERS ACROSS THE GLOBE

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Explore our catalog through a themed eBook bundle without leaving your couch. Enjoy these four eBooks, or send to a friend!

Only about 3% of books read in the U.S. are in translation, and an even smaller number than that are by women. Deep Vellum’s mission includes championing underrepresented voices. Here, those voices include women from Brazil, Indonesia, Algeria/France, and Denmark. This is only a sampler of the women’s voices in our catalog, which strives for gender parity. Use our Dealer’s Choice pack to purchase more ebooks by women!

Book information:

Of Darkness by Josefine Klougart (tr. by Martin Aitken)
eBook:
9781941920510

Home, by Leila S. Chudori (tr. by John H. McGlynn)
eBook: 9781941920114

“Muslim”: A Novel, by Zahia Rahmani (tr. by Matthew Reeck)
eBook: 9781941920763

What Are the Blind Men Dreaming, by Noemi Jaffe (tr. by Julia Sanches, Ellen Elias-Bursać)
eBook: 9781941920374

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Of Darkness

Klougart mixes prose, lyric essay, drama, poetry, and images to meditate on death and loss through breathtaking, moving, apocalyptic writing.

Home

Recipient of the 2012 Khatulistiwa Literary Award, Indonesia’s most prestigious literary prize, Home is a breathtaking, epic historical novel exploring the lives of Indonesian exiles from the 1965 anti-Communist massacre to the overthrow of Suharto in 1998.

“Muslim”: A Novel

Fiction and lyric essay combine in Zahia Rahmani’s poetic reflection on Islamic history and her struggles with what it means to be Muslim.

What Are the Blind Men Dreaming

Three generations of women reflect, in their own words, on the Holocaust and bearing witness in Jewish and Brazilian identity.

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