This week Open Letter Books used a $20,000 grant from Amazon.com (AMZN) to help publish and promote the new book, “Wall in My Head: Words and Images from the Fall of the Iron Curtain.”
Published to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Berlin Wall’s fall, the anthology collects fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Conceived by the editors of Words Without Borders, the anthology contains work by 30 authors, including Milan Kundera, Ryszard Kapuscinski, and Victor Pelevin. The grant will also help fund the Wall in My Head blog.
Here’s more from Open Letter director Chad W. Post: “Our goal with Open Letter Books is to increase the access American readers have to the best works and ideas from cultures around the world, and he Wall in My Head is a perfect example of how we achieve this. It’s especially gratifying that Amazon.com is interested in helping us to achieve this goal. heir
support will definitely help us strengthen our efforts and reach a larger audience than we otherwise might have.”
- Eckhart Tolle Launches New Imprint at New World Library
- German Art Book Publisher Gestalten to Bring Children's Books to U.S. Market
- Former Aide Pens 'Nixon's Secrets' Book
- Kensington Publishing Spent 1.5 Years Negotiating 1 Year Amazon Contract