Saturday, 19 October 2019

JABberwocky Humble Book Bundle Starts Today!

We’re incredibly excited to announce today’s launch of our Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Bundle with Humble Bundle, which runs until July 31st.

With Humble Bundle, you choose the price and increase your contribution to upgrade your bundle. You’ll also be able to choose to support two great organizations with your purchase: the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and Girls Who Code.

The bundle includes books from a litany of JABberwocky authors—ranging from NY Times bestsellers to award winners and cult favorites.

Authors include: Charlaine Harris, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Aliette de Bodard, Elizabeth Moon, Daniel José Older, Tim Akers, Simon R. Green, Marie Brennan, Jack Campbell, William C. Dietz, Tanya Huff, and more!

Check it out here!

About the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF)
Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is a non-profit organization protecting the freedom to read comics! Our work protects readers, creators, librarians, retailers, publishers, and educators who face the threat of censorship. We monitor legislation and challenge laws that would limit the First Amendment. We create resources that promote understanding of comics and the rights our community is guaranteed. Every day we publish news and information about censorship events as they happen. We are partners in the Kids’ Right to Read Project and Banned Books Week. Our expert legal team is available to respond to First Amendment emergencies at a moment’s notice. CBLDF is a lean organization that works hard to protect the rights on which our community depends. For more information, visit www.cbldf.org.

About Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. In 1995, 37% of computer scientists were women. Today, it’s only 24%. If we do nothing, in ten years the number of women in computing will decrease to just 22%. Computing is where the jobs are — and where they will be in the future, but fewer than 1 in 5 computer science graduates are women. So Girls Who code are building the largest pipeline of future female engineers in the United States. To learn how you can help them, check out their website.