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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
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Our tumblr blog has had a revamp of late, bringing you features, interviews, events round-ups, and more photo collages than you can shake a stick at.
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.
You have a rare chance to hear Helen DeWitt (author of Lightning Rods and The Last Samurai) speak at two London events on 8th and 15th January 2015 as part of the Plastic Words series at the Raven Row gallery.
Helen Dewitt’s events: 8th and 15th January.
To celebrate the launch of Esperanza Street on 5 February, Niyati Keni will be reading in a number of places around the UK. Click through for details.
Paulo Scott celebrated the launch of his English-language debut Nowhere People with a series of bookstore events in New York City and took part in a panel at the Brooklyn Book Festival on September 21st.
Paulo Scott had a number of events in Edinburgh, London, Wiltshire, Oxford and Suffolk between August and October.
Deborah Levy will be talking about her writing ahead of and on the occasion of And Other Stories’ publication of her funny, philosophical book-length poem An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell.
Catch her in Edinburgh, London, Oxford and Bath from August to November.