The Great Chicago Book Sale: Get Up to 90% Off Books from UChicago Press

The Great Chicago Book Sale

FYI: The Uni­ver­si­ty of Chica­go Press is run­ning a big sale. They write:

Now through June 15th, 2022 you can get thought-pro­vok­ing, inde­pen­dent­ly pub­lished books for up to 90% off with code AD1958.

Our annu­al sale is one of the biggest uni­ver­si­ty press book sales in the coun­try. Every year we go through our over­stock inven­to­ry and offer deep dis­counts on hun­dreds of books in sub­jects like his­to­ry, fic­tion, art, sci­ence, trav­el, cook­ing, and more. Shop below or down­load a copy of our PDF cat­a­log to get these amaz­ing deals on schol­ar­ly and trade titles from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Chica­go Press and our dis­trib­uted pub­lish­ers. Hur­ry! Sup­plies are lim­it­ed on some books.

Enter the sale here and remem­ber to use code AD1958

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