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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!
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.
And Other Stories Publisher, Stefan Tobler, is interviewed and quoted in a wonderful piece on how small presses are growing the market for literature in translation by Joanna Walsh in the Guardian – plus the fabulous Deborah Levy also gets a mention! “A […]
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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.
We’ve just heard some very exciting news: Angela Readman has been shortlisted for this year’s Costa Short Story Award. Readman’s collection, with the working title Don’t Try This At Home, will be published by us in the Spring of 2015.
After our 18th title, next summer’s The Matiushin Case by Oleg Pavlov and Andrew Bromfield, our series design is changing. Why the change? Introducing Hannah Naughton …