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Odyssey Bookshop | First Editions Club
Welcome to The Odyssey Bookshop's Signed First Editions Club!
May 2013 Selection
April 2013 Selection
Make your dream library a reality!
Do you love to read? Do you collect books? Both? Maybe you simply enjoy the idea of receiving a thoughtfully chosen book of fiction every month. Join the First Editions Club and each month you will get a signed first printing of a newly published book. We have a well-qualified team of readers who select books based on literary quality and potential collectibility. Each month's selection will be signed and sent to you with a protective dust jacket cover.
As a member, you will also have the opportunity to purchase signed special offer titles. Some recent offers have included: The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (winner of the 2012 Orange Prize for Fiction!) The Marriage Plot by Jeffery Eugenides, The Angel Esmeralda by Don DeLillo, Then Again by Diane Keaton, The Cat's Table by Michael Ondaatje, and Lennon by Tim Riley. (Yes, there are non-fiction special offers, too!)
If you have questions, please visit our FAQ page or email the First Editions Club Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are ready to join the Odyssey Bookshop's First Editions Club, use the form provided below. Happy Reading!
“There are few people better suited to the task of selecting books of literary merit than the folks at the Odyssey Bookshop…. a wonderful way to be introduced to great authors.”
— Ken Lopez, Bookseller, Former President, Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America and Member of the Odyssey Bookshop's First Editions Club since May, 2001.
For New Members: Sign up for the First Editions Club here*
For Members Only: You may reserve specials here*
To update your billing information, please call us at 800-540-7307
*Please note, you will be redirected to our secure First Editions Club website
Some former selections:
Winner of the 2011
Orange Prize for Fiction
Named one of
New York Times Ten Best
Books of 2011
Winner of the 2012
Finalist for the 2012
National Book Award