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Daily Telegraph Book of the Year
From the Man Booker 2012 shortlisted Deborah Levy
'‘There is a sexy hauteur in Deborah Levy’s prose reminiscent of the voice of Marianne Faithfull.' - New Statesman
- All Dogs are Blue
One of the most original and comic voices to come out of Brazil – Souza Leão orchestrates a carnival among the mad
Book of the Year in the FT, Irish Times and Guardian
From the author of Down the Rabbit Hole
"Quesadillas is bursting with Villalobos’ comic invention." - El País
Congratulations to our authors and translators in the Rossica Translation Prize 2014! Ian Appleby’s translation of Captain of the Steppe by Oleg Pavlov was longlisted. Andrew Bromfield’s translation of Happiness is Possible by Oleg Zaionchkovksy is on the shortlist.
We have just learnt the shocking news that Juan Tomás Avila Laurel, author of By Night the Mountain Burns, has been forced into hiding by Equatorial Guinea’s security forces.
And Other Stories is a grassroots organisation. Join us!
Elvira Dones come to the UK to launch Sworn Virgin in May, incl. a special dinner. Ivan Vladislavić makes a rare visit to celebrate the publication of his novels The Restless Supermarket and Double Negative and reads with Coetzee in Norwich. Translator Daniel Hahn gives a first preview of Nowhere People by Paulo Scott at our Brighton Festival event with Modern Poetry in Translation. Spoiling you for choice!
And Other Stories’ team will be talking and at events in London, New York and Cork this spring / early summer.
A busy two days of events on 2nd and 3rd May for the indefatigable Iosi Havilio at Blue Metropolis, Montreal’s International Literature Festival. Click on the header for details.
A meal with visiting author Elvira Dones and And Other Stories. Book now, just one table’s seating!