Alien Stories

Galley mailing to key reviewers and media outlets 4-5 months prior to publication.


Advanced review copies and press materials sent to a targeted list of 150-200 reviewers. Additional review copies available by request: contact@boaeditions. Les mer
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Galley mailing to key reviewers and media outlets 4-5 months prior to publication.


Advanced review copies and press materials sent to a targeted list of 150-200 reviewers. Additional review copies available by request: contact@boaeditions.org.


National advertising: Poets & Writers.


Outreach to online media and bloggers including BuzzFeed, Bustle, Book Riot, Literary Hub, etc.


Buy-ins to relevant academic conferences, trade shows, and publications: American Library Association Annual Meeting, CBSD Sales, and Academic catalogs, etc.


Spring book announcements submitted to Publishers Weekly.


Online/social media campaign: Extensive promotion through BOA's website, blog, e-newsletter (7,400+ subscribers), Facebook (7,000+ followers), Twitter (9,000 followers), Instagram (2,500+ followers), and Pinterest (840+ followers) accounts.


Full-page feature in publisher's in-house catalog.


E-postcards will be sent to the author's professional contacts as well as BOA's academic contacts, reviewer contacts, bookstore contacts, and literary bloggers.


Personalized physical postcards will be sent to the author's 500-person mailing list.


Simultaneous ebook and print publication. Ebook ISBN will be included on all press materials, author and publisher websites, and whenever print ISBN is listed.

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Om forfatteren

E.C. Osondu is the author of Alien Stories (BOA, 2020), which won the BOA Short Fiction Prize; Voice of America (HarperCollins, 2011); and the novel This House Is Not For Sale (HarperCollins, 2015). He is a winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing and the Allen and Nirelle Galso Prize for Fiction, among other awards. He earned his M.F.A. from Syracuse University, where he was a Syracuse University Fellow. His fiction has appeared in The Atlantic, AGNI, n+1, Guernica, Kenyon Review, McSweeney's, Zyzzyva, The Threepenny Review, Lapham's Quarterly, New Statesman, and many other places, and his work has been translated into over half a dozen languages including Icelandic, Japanese, and Belarusian. He lives in Rhode Island and teaches at Providence College.