As a reader, you know that literature can open doors for a human understanding of the world around us, especially in this time of isolation. In the coming months, we'll be publishing women writers from Sudan and Afghanistan, cutting-edge work translated from Galician and Russian, and much more. Your donation will help us bring these vital global literary voices to readers, students, and educators around the world at no cost to them.

Donate today to help us bring a world of writing to readers everywhere.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to surge, our organization, like so many others, is facing an uncertain financial future. In order to keep paying our writers, translators, editors, and support staff, we need to raise $15,000 before the end of 2020. If you are able, please support WWB and the global literary community we foster with a donation to our Annual Appeal.

Your donation in any amount supports a thriving global literary community. For gifts of $150 and above, we’ll thank you with a copy of 2020 National Book Award-winning novel Tokyo Ueno Station, written and translated by WWB contributors Yu Miri and Morgan Giles, courtesy of publisher Riverhead Books. A WWB staff member will reach out to confirm your preferred mailing address.

You can also make your donation by check. Please send checks made out to Words Without Borders to the following address:

Words Without Borders
147 Prince Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

If you would like to make your donation in stock, please contact giving@wordswithoutborders.org.

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Words Without Borders Annual Appeal

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As a reader, you know that literature can open doors for a human understanding of the world around us, especially in this time of isolation. In the coming months, we'll be publishing women writers from Sudan and Afghanistan, cutting-edge work translated from Galician and Russian, and much more. Your donation will help us bring these vital global literary voices to readers, students, and educators around the world at no cost to them.

Donate today to help us bring a world of writing to readers everywhere.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to surge, our organization, like so many others, is facing an uncertain financial future. In order to keep paying our writers, translators, editors, and support staff, we need to raise $15,000 before the end of 2020. If you are able, please support WWB and the global literary community we foster with a donation to our Annual Appeal.

Your donation in any amount supports a thriving global literary community. For gifts of $150 and above, we’ll thank you with a copy of 2020 National Book Award-winning novel Tokyo Ueno Station, written and translated by WWB contributors Yu Miri and Morgan Giles, courtesy of publisher Riverhead Books. A WWB staff member will reach out to confirm your preferred mailing address.

You can also make your donation by check. Please send checks made out to Words Without Borders to the following address:

Words Without Borders
147 Prince Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

If you would like to make your donation in stock, please contact giving@wordswithoutborders.org.