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33 Comments

  1. We both enjoyed the 2012 books so much that I have included my husband’a name as a subscriber this year. I can’t take all the credit myself.

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  2. thomas says:

    such a great idea, thank you for some brilliant books

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  3. Samantha says:

    Brilliant idea, looking forward to 2013 publications

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  4. Stuart Condie says:

    Enjoyed this book so much I became a subscriber!

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  5. More ink to your press! There should be more like you. Subscriptions were how many major musical works were brought to the public. It could be the same for books as your succes rate shows.

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  6. jess wood says:

    Beautifully produced books. Great authors. All art should be funded this way.

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  7. Tim Gray says:

    Just subscribed to your service. I bought Deborah Levy’s excellent ‘Swimming Home’ when it first came out (on the strength of a review). I have just now read about a German author, Clemens Meyer, who sounds very interesting – and I see that you have published a translation of one of his books. I am great fan of translated fiction and I am looking forward to some great reading!

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  8. Lesley Watters says:

    Have just signed up and I’m looking forward to whatever may arrive.

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  9. Alyse Ceirante says:

    I just finished reading All Dogs Are Blue last night and that’s all it took. The first thing I did this morning was to become a subscriber. I am so excited – it will be like Christmas every time a new book arrives! But more importantly, I am proud to be a part of what seems to be a great publishing company. Long live small presses!

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  10. Helen Bailey says:

    Surely the way forward for people who love books and great writing. Swimming Home clinched it for me. Really pleased to subscribe and looking forward to working my way through the catalogue.

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  11. Fiona Graham says:

    As a new subscriber I’m looking forward tremendously to reading this year’s books – and as a translator from German, Dutch, French, Spanish and Swedish, I hope there may be opportunities for me to contribute in other ways too.

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    • Anne Boileau says:

      Dear Fiona
      I’ve just subscribed to Any Other Stories and saw that you translate from five different languages! I translate, for pleasure really, German poems into English. I belong to a small group called Camden Mews Translators and we workshop one another’s translations from German and French. The skill is to not only transfer the meaning and mood of the original but to make it sound like a poem in its own right. Not easy. But it’s a good exercise for one’s own poetry. We have published two bi-lingual anthologies, Across Frontiers and Over the Water.
      Anyway, I was impressed that you have so many languages.
      Best wishes
      from Anne

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  12. Wendy Irvine says:

    This is a great idea; looking forward to some interesting writing

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  13. Stefan Tobler says:

    And we’re so thankful to you and everyone else who has subscribed to our upcoming books. It really does make them possible. Thank you!!!

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  14. Geoffrey Cohen says:

    Just finished Zbindin’s walk. Loved it . Can wait to see what you bring me next.

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  15. Eric Rubeo says:

    An early, yearly birthday present from myself to myself? I very much think so. Thanks so much for the amazing books!

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  16. hannah vincent says:

    so impressed with D Levy and with what I’ve read of The Restless Supermarket so far… who wouldn’t want to be a part of your endeavour? Thanks for the invitation to join the &other party.

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  17. hh says:

    This year it’s time to resubscribe. I’ve missed And Other Stories so much over the past year – now I need it back. Initially I was going to go for just 4 books a year, but then I felt that I needed the whole thing. I have realised now that I’m hooked. I won’t leave your side again!
    Thanks for great books. Thanks for changing publishing. Thanks for treating translators right. Thanks for giving everyone a chance. Thanks for being different!

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  18. Thanks, Hannah Vincent, and thank you hh! Comments like yours spur us on.
    All best,
    Stefan

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  19. Jenny Hearn says:

    I met you guys at a publishing conference in 2012 and I’ve been meaning to do this ever since! Finally subscribed – no excuse needed :)

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  20. I have just been introduced to your publishing house through the stunningly brilliant The Alphabet of Birds. I am thrilled to be able to become involved and look forward to exploring the back catalogue.

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  21. Tracy Lee-Newman says:

    Just subscribed after reading Deborah Levy’s marvellous ‘Black Vodka’. Keep up the great work!

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  22. Neil Griffiths says:

    I want to support every independent publisher who cares about writing of high literary quality and publishes what others are afraid to do. And Other Stories is doing this.

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  23. NS says:

    It is a pleasure to subscribe to And Other Stories. Please keep doing what you’re doing and I’ll keep reading with huge enjoyment! What a wonderful publishing house.

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  24. Just subscribed after reading Yuri Herrera’s remarkable Signs Preceding the End of the World.

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  25. Paige says:

    Can’t wait to start reading your brilliant books. Thank goodness there are still publishers like you.

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  26. Stacy says:

    I’m a HS teacher about to read Herrera’s Signs… with a book group of my former students; discovered your site and saw your commitment to a year of publishing women and decided to throw support your way. Looking forward to seeing what you deliver.

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    • Nicky Smalley says:

      Thanks Stacy, we’re really excited about it! 2018 – Bring it on! Hope your students enjoy Signs!

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  27. Karen says:

    Just subscribed for the first time! I discovered you after reading Down the Rabbit Hole by Juan Pablo Villalobos, which was a slightly disturbing yet fun read. Thank you for breaking with the norm and for creating opportunities for non-English writers. I look forward to seeing what I will get in the mail from you.

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  28. Katherine says:

    Just subscribed after stumbling upon your website via Twitter. What a great way to spread the word about upcoming books and promote non-English speaking writers. As a translator, I am extremely keen to learn more about the literary translation process and get involved as much as I can – I guess subscription was the first step! Really excited to receive your books and get reading!

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