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One of Us Is Sleeping

By Josefine Klougart & Martin Aitken
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Publisher Description

  • Participate in the CBSD Galley Box and send copies to the top 50 or so Open Letter bookstore accounts: City Lights, McNally Jackson, Elliot Bay, etc.

  • Approximately 200 advance copies sent to primary publications. This list includes: New York Times, SF Chronicle, LA Times, n+1, New York Review of Books, The Nation, Bookforum, The Believer, Atlantic Monthly, New Yorker, Rain Taxi, Time Out New York/Chicago, World Literature Today, Flavorwire, Washington Post, BOMB, Literary Review, Complete Review, Words Without Borders, B&N Review, Harper's, Shelf Awareness, Quarterly Conversation, Chicago Tribune, Typographical Era, Slate, Salon, etc. Also sent to the following trade publications: Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, Booklist, Library Journal.

  • Advance copies also sent to members of the NBCC Award Committee and the Best Translated Book Award Fiction Committee.

  • Giveaway of 25 copies on GoodReads.

  • Promote on Three Percent and on social media via Open Letter's FB & Twitter accounts (over 5,500 likes on FB; over 10,300 followers on Twitter).

  • Ebook available and will be mentioned on all press release materials, Open Letter website, etc.

  • Reading tour throughout the United States with a focus on top accounts.

  • Part of the "Danish Women Writers Series" that Open Letter launched in 2015 with the support of the Danish government. This will help to bring additional attention to her work.

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    About Josefine Klougart

    Author of four best-selling novels, Josefine Klougart (b. 1985) has been hailed as one of Denmark's greatest contemporary writers. She was the first Danish author ever to have two of her first three books nominated for the Nordic Council Literature Prize, Scandinavia's most prestigious award. Her work has also been nominated for the Readers' Book Award, and she received the Danish Royal Prize for Culture in 2011 with the committee stating that she is "one of the most important writers, not just of her generation, but of her time." She's been compared to a range of authors, including Joan Didion, Anne Carson, and Virginia Woolf.

    Martin Aitken has translated dozens of books from the Danish, including works by Dorthe Nors, Jussi Adler-Olsen, Peter Høeg, Pia Juul, and Kim Leine, among others. He was awarded the American-Scandinavian Foundation's Nadia Christensen Translation Prize, and was longlisted for both the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize and the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.

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