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Store: Japanese Literature Subscription, The Osamu Tezuka Story pre-order and more!

Michael Palmer - Monday, December 21, 2015

The Stone Bridge Online Store is now up! Check the Store tab on the top right of the page or click here! :)

You can purchase a selection of new and recently published titles, out of print books, multivolume sets, subscriptions, and other books and goodies—plus some goodies available nowhere else—directly from Stone Bridge Press through our online shop. If you would like to buy a Stone Bridge Press book that is not listed in our online shop, please inquire at your local bookstore or visit an online vendor such as Barnes & Noble or Amazon.

We currently only ship to locations within the United States. We’re working on being able to ship internationally in the next couple of months. 

Stone Bridge Press Subscriptions

Stone Bridge Press offers a number of different subscription services. You can buy a six-month seasonal subscription and receive all books published within that period of time (the Spring/Summer 2016 subscription includes Tezuka and comics from China!).You can also purchase a thematic subscription and receive a specially curated selection of Stone Bridge literature titles sent to you each month.

Order subscriptions from our online store.

Check out the store page for more info on how to find our books in stores, how teachers can inquire about examination copies and more!

 


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