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Don’t Try This at Home

Winner of Best Short Story Collection at the 2015 Saboteur Awards, shortlisted for the 2016 Edge Hill Short Story Prize! A girl repeatedly chops her boyfriend in half but, while her ‘other half’ multiplies, she is still not satisfied. Love […]

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Esperanza Street

I was eight when my father brought me to one of the big houses at the top of Esperanza Street and left me with Mary Morelos. ‘I haven’t the time to fix broken wings,’ she said. ‘Does he have any […]


An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell

She is a shimmering, melancholy angel, flown from Paradise to save him from the suburbs of hell. He an accountant, dreaming of a white Christmas, a little garden and someone to love. She attempts to fly him away from his habits […]

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Signs Preceding the End of the World

WINNER OF THE 2016 BEST TRANSLATED BOOK AWARD FOR FICTION Signs Preceding the End of the World is one of the most arresting novels to be published in Spanish in the last ten years. Yuri Herrera does not simply write […]

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The Restless Supermarket

A classic novel of the South African transition and winner of the South African Sunday Times Prize for Fiction It is 1993, and Aubrey Tearle’s world is shutting down. He has recently retired from a lifetime of proofreading telephone directories. His […]

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A Map of Tulsa

A Map of Tulsa is elegiac, graceful, and as much a story about young love as it is a love letter to a classic American city. The first days of summer: Jim Praley is home from college, ready to unlock Tulsa’s secrets. […]


Double Negative

Race, politics, identity, and photography: South African writer Ivan Vladislavić reminds us nothing is black and white Dropout Neville Lister accompanies acclaimed photographer Saul Auerbach for a day, to learn a lesson for life. They play a game: from a […]


Black Vodka

How does love change us? And how do we change ourselves for love – or for lack of it? Ten stories by acclaimed author Deborah Levy explore these delicate, impossible questions. In Vienna, an icy woman seduces a broken man; […]

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Lightning Rods

Helen DeWitt follows her extraordinary debut The Last Samurai with a sharp, uproarious satire on modern life and corporate culture. A novel in the spirit of Mel Brooks’ The Producers.


Swimming Home

Profound and thrilling, Swimming Home reveals how the most devastating secrets are the ones we keep from ourselves.

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