Dzanc Ebook Club
What It Is
An exciting opportunity for our most loyal readers, the Dzanc Books eBook Club delivers a new eBook to its members on the first day of every month, with each selection coming from Dzanc and all of its imprints. In response to the proliferation of compatible devices and increased interest in eBook readings, Dzanc is committed to making it easier and less expensive for our readers to keep up on the newest releases from our catalog, and to delivering our titles in different formats for different kinds of readers.
Started in December 2010, selections so far have included acclaimed novels and short story collections by Robert Lopez, Roy Kesey, Stacey Levine, and Jeff Kass. Future books will be drawn from both our frontlist and the Dzanc Reprint Series, allowing us to deliver a wide variety of accomplished and emerging writers to our members.
Like all our eBooks, titles in the Dzanc eBook Club are delivered in DRM-free MOBI, ePub, and PDF formats, ensuring that club members will be able to enjoy it on their Kindle, iPad, Nook, Sony Reader, or whatever other platform they choose to use, as well as their PC and whatever newer devices might emerge in the near future.
The Dzanc eBook Club is one of the best ways to stay current with our newest books, and we truly believe it is the best value available to eBook writers anywhere. With subscriptions costing just five dollars per month or sixty dollars per year, members receive a 37% discount off the eBook list price of our selections, on top of knowing that they'll receive many of our new titles as soon as they're released, in the format best matching their choice of reading technology.
How It Works
Option One: Get eleven books for $50, including five titles of your choice immediately upon signing up, plus a six-month subscription! This is a 43% savings compared to the cost of ordering the eleven titles individually in eBook form.
Upon signing up for the Dzanc eBooks Club, you will receive your five selected eBooks, plus the current month's selection within 48 hours. Then, on the first of each of the next five months, you will receive an email announcement containing a unique link, allowing you to immediately download and enjoy the month's book.
After the sixth month, members will be able to continue your subscription for just $5 per month, a savings of nearly 40% from the Dzanc eBooks cover price.
Option Two: If you already have some of the above bundled eBooks, you may also sign up for the eBook Club directly, starting with the current month's book, which will be delivered within 48 hours:
- $15: three-month subscription
- $30: six-month subscription
- $55: one-year subscription (includes one free month!)
On the first of each month, you will receive an email announcement containing a unique link, allowing you to immediately download and enjoy the month's book. With this option, you will be automatically resubscribed for the same period when you current subscription ends, unless you cancel through your Paypal account.
Our FEBRUARY 2018 Selection:
THIRTY-SEVEN by PETER STENSON
The Survivors, their members known only by the order in which they joined, live alone in a rural Colorado mansion. They believe that sickness bears honesty. And that honesty bears change. Fueled by the ritualized Cytoxan treatments that leave them on the verge of death, they instigate the Day of Gifts, a day that spells shocking violence and the group’s demise.
Enter Mason Hues, formerly known as Thirty-Seven, the group’s final member and the only one both alive and free. Eighteen years old and living in a spartan apartment after his release from a year of intensive mental health counseling, he takes a job at a thrift shop and expects to while away his days as quietly and unobtrusively as possible.
But when his enigmatic boss Talley learns his secret, she comes to believe that there is still hope in the Survivor philosophy. She pushes Mason to start the group over again—this time with himself as One.
Part Fight Club, part The Girls, and entirely unlike anything you’ve ever experienced, Peter Stenson’s Thirty-Seven is an audacious and austere novel that explores our need to belong. Our need to be loved. Our need to believe in something greater than ourselves, and our ultimate capacity for self-delusion.
January 2018: Christmas in July by Alan Michael Parker
December 2017: Not Constantinople by Nicholas Bredie
November 2017: This Book is Not for You by Daniel A. Hoyt
October 2017: Dead Girls by Emily Geminder
September 2017: The One You Get by Jason Tougaw
August 2017: Darkansas by Jarret Middleton
July 2017: The Veneration of Monsters by Suzanne Burns
June 2017: The Australian by Emma Smith-Stevens
May 2017: Inside My Pencil by Peter Markus
April 2017: The Lost Daughter Collective by Lindsey Drager
March 2017: All Back Full by Robert Lopez
February 2017: Settright Road by Jon Boilard
January 2017: The Pavilion of Former Wives by Jonathan Baumbach
December 2016: Heritage of Smoke by Josip Novakovich
September 2016: Ark by J. Tepper
August 2016: Clothed, Female Figure by Kristin Allio
July 2016: The Soul Standard
June 2016: Jamestown, Alaska by Frank Turner Hollon
May 2016: Movieola! by John Domini
April 2016: Movie Stars by Jack Pendarvis
March 2016: Machines Like Us by Joshua Helms
February 2016: Waste by Andrew Sullivan
January 2016: Loreena's Gift by Colleen M. Story
December 2015: Charmed Particles by Chrissy Koloya
November 2015: Calloustown by George Singleton
October 2015: Little Sister Death by William Gay
September 2015: The Suicide of Claire Bishop by Carmiel Banasky
August 2015: The Castaway Lounge by Jon Boilard
July 2015: Gun, Needle, Spoon by Patrick O'Neil
June 2015: The Guild of Saint Cooper by Shya ScanlonGun, Needle, Spoon by Patrick O'Neil
May 2015: My Life As a Mermaid and Other Stories by Jen Grow
April 2015: The Sorrow Proper by Lindsey Drager
March 2015: Like a Woman by Deb Busman
February 2015: The Words and Wisdom of Charles Johnson by Charles Johnson
January 2015: If I Knew the Way I'd Take You Home by Dave Housley
April 2014: Byrd by Kim Church
March 2014: The Brunist Day of Wrath by Robert Coover
February 2014: When Blackness Was a Virtue by Michael Grant Jaffe
January 2014: Stop Here, My Friend by Merrill Joan Gerber
February 2012: Animal Sanctuary by Sarah Falkner
January 2012: A Catalogue of Everything in the World by Yelizaveta P. Renfro
December 2011: The Backslider by Seán McGrady
November 2011: My Date with Neanderthal Woman by David Galef
October 2011: Malcolm & Jack (and Other American Criminals) by Ted Pelton
September 2011: A Tendency to Be Gone by Pamela Ryder
August 2011: We Make Mud by Peter Markus
July 2011: Seven Spanish Angels by Stephen Graham Jones
June 2011: From the Darkness Under Our Feet by Patrick Michael Finn
May 2011: The Girl With Brown Fur by Stacey Levine
April 2011: Knuckleheads by Jeff Kass
March 2011: Pacazo by Roy Kesey
February 2011: Love Doesn't Work by Henning Koch
January 2011: How They Were Found by Matt Bell
December 2010: Asunder by Robert Lopez