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Stories have a special way of connecting to our core. Whether an auditory tale, words darting across a glowing screen or black ink on a parchment page, readers around the world turn to words for learning, for escape, for comfort. Each August, special attention is called to women writers who don’t write in English for Women in Translation Month. Why? There are significant disparities in the number of women versus male writers whose works are translated. Expand your bookshelves with this fresh list of titles in translation!

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THE INSEPARABLES by Simone de Beauvoir

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THE FORGERY by Ave Barrera

LIFE CEREMONY by Sayaka Murata  

THE WALL by Marlen Haushofer

I WHO HAVE NEVER KNOWN MEN by Jacqueline Harpman  

ALL THE LOVERS IN THE NIGHT by Mieko Kawakami  

LINEA NIGRA by Jazmina Barrera

WHEN I SING, MOUNTAINS DANCE by Irene Sola

PARADAIS by Fernanda Melchor  

TRANSLATING MYSELF AND OTHERS by Jhumpa Lahiri

NEW AND SELECTED STORIES by Cristina Rivera Garza

THE BOOKS OF JACOB by Olga Tokarczuk 

THE EMPLOYEES by Olga Ravn

VIOLETA by Isabel Allende 

THE VANISHED COLLECTION by Pauline Baer de Perignon