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‘A class act’ The Guardian
‘The foreign literature specialist’ The Sunday Times
‘Literary cinema for those fatigued by film’ Times Literary Supplement
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What you receive
A Peirene subscription consists of three books of world class translated literature delivered straight to your door throughout the year 6-8 weeks before they hit the shelves!
In 2019 we’re publishing a year of women writers. If you sign up today your first book will be Peirene No. 28 Children of the Cave which will be sent out to subscribers in the first week of December.
‘One of the most ambitious works of this year. A novel that deals with what it means to be human.’ Kuvastaja prize jury
1819. Iax Agolasky, a young assistant to a notable French explorer, sets off on a journey to the Russian wilderness. They soon discover a group of creatures living in a cave: children with animal traits. But are they animals, or are they human? Faced with questions of faith, science and the fundamentals of truth, tensions rise in the camp. Soon the children’s safety becomes threatened and Agolasky needs to act.
Subscribers also receive up to 40% off all Peirene events, free UK shipping and subscriber exclusives all throughout the year!
What you support
A Peirene subscription is unique. Not only will you receive your books far before they reach bookshops but you’ll also become a part of our Peirene community. You’ll make our work possible.
Peirene only publishes first time English translations. With the support of our subscribers we are able to take bold risks and translate vital works that might never have reached English readers.
In 2018 we translated from three new countries: Latvia, Lithuania and Iceland.
Peirene No. 25 Soviet Milk was called ‘Latvia itself talking’ by The New European.
Peirene No. 26 Shadows on the Tundra was called ‘a classic’ by The Spectator.
Peirene No. 27 And the Wind Sees All was called ‘a heart-warming gem’ by The Sunday Times.
Your subscription also supports:
- Our charity work: 50p from each book we sell goes to charity. Last year we sent over £3500 pounds to counterpoint arts.
- Our commitment to gender equality – 60% of our authors and 70% of our translators are women.
- Our work with Basmeh & Zeitooneh in nine refugee camps throughout Lebanon and Turkey giving refugees a voice.
Read more about our social activism here.