For a donation of $50 to the GLLI Generosity.com campaign, you may pick a book from the following titles, thanks to the generous support of our partner publishers. (US addresses only, please.)

NEW VESSEL PRESS
Who is Martha? (by Mariana Gaponenko, translated by Arabella Spencer)
The Madonna of Notre Dame (by Alexis Ragougneau, translated by Katherine Gregor)

OPEN LETTER BOOKS
Rock, Paper, Scissors (by Naja Marie Aidt, translated by K.E. Semmel)
The Canvas (by Benjamin Stein, translated by Brian Zumhagen)
Rochester Knockings (by Hubert Haddad, translated by Jennifer Grotz)
Why I Killed My Best Friend (by Amanda Michalopoulou, translated by Karen Emmerich)
The Wall in My Head (A Words Without Borders Anthology)

OWL CANYON PRESS
Fear of Paradise (by Vincent Engel, translated by Richard Kutner)
The Gentleman’s Tailor (by Mariana Leky, translated by Eugene H. Hayworth)
Brendel’s Fantasy (by Guenther Freitag, translated by Eugene H. Hayworth)

RESTLESS BOOKS
Super Extra Grande (by Yoss, translated by David Frye)
Between Clay and Dust (by Musharraf Ali Farooqi)

UNNAMED PRESS
Good Night, Mr. Kissinger (by K. Anis Ahmed)
Seahorse (by Janice Pariat)
Year of the Goose (by Carly J. Hallman)
Deep Singh Blue (by Ranbir Singh Sidhu)
Rus Like Everyone Else (by Bette Adriaanse)
Dancing in the Baron’s Shadow (by Fabienne Josaphat)
Age of Blight (by Kristine Ong Muslim)

KURODAHAN PRESS
Rivers (by Miyamoto Teru, translated by Roger Thomas & Ralph McCarthy)
Tokyo Decadence (by Ryu Murakami, translated by Ralph McCarthy)
On the Brink: The Inside Story of Fukushima Daiichi (by Ryūshō Kadota, translated by Simon Varnam)
Long Belts and Thin Men: The Postwar Stories of Kojima Nobuo (by  Nobuo Kojima Nobuo, translated by Lawrence Rogers)
Kaiki: Ucanny Tales from Japan Vol. 1 – Tales of Old Edo
The Edogawa Rampo Reader (by Edogawa Rampo, translated by Seth Jacobowitz)
The Red Star of Cadiz (by Ōsaka Gō, translated by Usha Jayaraman)
Speculative Japan Vol. 2 – The Man Who Watched the Sea and Other Tales of Japanese Science Fiction and Fantasy

CADMUS PRESS
The Five Wonders of the Danube (by Zoran Živković, translated by Alice Copple-Tošić)