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april, 2020

22apr3:00 pm4:00 pmEvent OverOnline Book ClubThat We May Live (Speculative Chinese Fiction)3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST Event Organized By: Sulfur Books


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That We May Live (Speculative Chinese Fiction)

On April 22, we will discuss That We May Live (Speculative Chinese Fiction). You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the Zoom meeting once you have RSVPd.

That We May Live brings you work by some of today’s most exciting writers from China and Hong Kong, including Dorothy Tse (tr. Natascha Bruce), Zhu Hui (tr. Michael Day), and Enoch Tam (tr. Jeremy Tiang). Lightly touching on issues of urbanization, sexuality, and propaganda, the collection builds a world both utterly disorienting and disturbing familiar, prompting the question: Where does reality end and absurdity begin in a world pushed to its very limits?” Read more here >>

To order the book, fill out our online order form here ($16.95 plus $5 shipping and handling).
Order book at least one week before the book club to ensure delivery and enough time to read. 

If you’re interested in our first online book club (The Taiga Syndrome) on April 8, you can also purchase that book at the same time. Free shipping on orders over $30.


(Wednesday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST


Sulfur BooksSulfur Books is an independent bookstore that thrives on community and conversation, owned by Main Street Arts, a nonprofit arts 18 East Main Street, Clifton Springs, NY 14432


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We’ve missed you and we can’t wait to see you back in the store!

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