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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
We are delighted to announce that Equatorial Guinean writer and activist Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel and his translator Jethro Soutar have been shortlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize!
We are delighted that Ivan Vladislavić is one of the three Fiction winners for the Windham Campbell Prizes 2015! Since starting in 2013, these prestigious, big money awards have gone to a stellar list of winners including James Salter, Tom McCarthy, Geoff Dyer, John Jeremiah Sullivan and Edmund De Waal. It’s 2015 Fiction winners are Teju Cole, Helon Habila and Ivan Vladislavić.
Congratulations to our 2014 authors and translators!
All seven new And Other Stories’ titles in 2014 made the following Best Books of 2014 lists!
Iosi Havilio, author of Open Door and Paradises, will be reading at McNally Jackson in New York City on April 24th.
A unique chance to gain an insight into early music through words and music in a wonderful setting: the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
SJ Naudé will be visiting the UK in June, to celebrate the publication this year of his extraordinary debut The Alphabet of Birds. Events include the London Short Story Festival, Polari and Short Stories Aloud.
The highly acclaimed novel Signs Preceding the End of the World by Mexican writer Yuri Herrera is finally out in English! Published 3 March, it will be launched with events in Atlanta, San Francisco and other towns.