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A rare feat, HUMANITY gathers scholars, writers, ministers, and cultural and environmental activists in a seminal work that explores the human condition.

HUMANITY, the anthology, supports UNICEF USA’s Emergency Relief campaigns on the borders of the United States and in Syria. As an action call, Paloma Press will send a copy of the anthology to the first 10 donors to give at least $40.00.

In addition to Humanity, we are also giving away two other books: one published by Paloma Press, and the other, a novel, WAITING FOR JONATHAN KOSHY, by Murzban F. Shroff.

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In the heart of Pali Hill, the Beverly Hills of Mumbai, four friends await the arrival of Jonathan, a man “greatly appreciated for his wit, his effervescence, and his indignation,” a man exiled from his home state. Through their conversations, we learn of the tumultuous life of Jonathan – how he single-handedly breaks up a gambling den, disarms a rioting mob, charms a recovery agent, evades arrest at a drug-ridden rave party, and brightens up the lives of sex workers and their children. Jonathan has a solution for every crisis that strikes others, but not for his own dysfunctional family life. It is left to life then to resolve matters for him. Delivering the insights of a thought-provoking novel, Waiting for Jonathan Koshy reflects the triumph of a spirit that refuses to let up on humour and quick thinking in the face of intense personal adversity. It is a book about friendship, perseverance, family obligations, and duty. Most importantly, about life’s late but redeeming powers.

“What a delicious irony sits at the heart of Murzban F. Shroff’s Waiting for Jonathan Koshy: the central character is almost larger than life, having done the things we all might dream of doing to serve others in desperate situations; but in his own life, for his own welfare, he is, in many ways powerless. By magnifying the heroic, Shroff unflinchingly portrays our human vulnerability. Waiting for Jonathan Koshy is a fascinating reading experience from a deeply skilled writer.” —Robert Olen Butler, Pulitzer Prize Winner

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