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Bookshop.org and Kundiman celebrate

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Join us in honoring AAPI Heritage Month by purchasing a new book by an AAPI author. Throughout May, choose any of the titles below and receive 15% off at checkout with code: AAPI24.

GET 15% OFF select books with code AAPI24

Discount valid on select titles May 1—31.

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During AAPI Heritage Month and always, we encourage you to visit a AAPI-owned bookstore in person. AAPI-owned bookstores are essential community hubs that foster culture, preserve history, and nourish a love of reading.

If you can’t visit a store in person, use our store map below to support a AAPI-owned bookstore on Bookshop.org.

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Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Join Bookshop.org and Asian American Writers' Workshop in honoring Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month by purchasing a new book by an AAPI author. Throughout May, choose any of the below select titles* and receive 20% off at checkout with code: AAPIHERITAGE

First and foremost, we hope you consider getting your books from an AAPI-owned bookstore during AAPI Heritage Month, and all year long. And if you can't visit a store in-person, before you buy your titles on Bookshop.org, we hope you choose for your purchase to support an AAPI-owned store on our map below!

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Support AAPI-Owned Bookstores

AAPI-owned stores are essential community hubs that foster culture, preserve AAPI history, and nourish a love of reading. Join us in celebrating AAPI-owned bookstores across the U.S., and find yours below!

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KUNDIMAN is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing generations of writers and readers of AAPI literature. Kundiman creates an affirming and rigorous space where AAPI writers can explore, through art, the unique challenges that face the new and ever changing diaspora. We see the arts as a tool of empowerment, of education and liberation, of addressing proactively the legacy we will leave for our future. Through readings, mentorship programs, our annual retreat, and workshops and online classes, Kundiman seeks to uplift writers of color and the storytellers of our communities. More Info >>>

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