Shake Off

Mischa Hiller

January 2011 | £7.99 | $13.95 | 280pp

London 1989: Michel is an undercover PLO operative hooked on painkillers and posing as a student. He is tasked by mentor Abu-Leila to find a venue for secret Palestinian-Israeli talks. But fellow student Helen, forbidden fruit in this […]

I Killed Scheherazade

Joumana Haddad

September 2010 | £8.99 | 160pp

Joumana Haddad is angry about the way Arab women are portrayed in the West. In I Killed Scheherazade she challenges prevalent notions of identity and womanhood in the Middle East and speaks of her own intellectual development and […]

Three Sisters

Bi Feiyu

July 2010 | £8.99 | 352pp

WINNER OF THE 2010 MAN ASIAN LITERARY PRIZE  Three sisters struggle to change the course of their destinies in a China that does not belong to them. Yumi uses her dignity, Yuxiu her seductive charms, and Yuyang her […]

Lebanese Cuisine

Andrée Maalouf

Karim Haïdar

July 2010 | £25.00 | 176pp

Over a hundred recipes are included in this beautifully illustrated book: lentil soup with tomatoes, calamari and coriander salad, five-spice lamb and rice, fried halloumi with quince jam, pumpkin kibbeh, pears in arak, and rose ice cream, to […]

The Waterproof Bible

Andrew Kaufman

June 2010 | £7.99 | 304pp

Rebecca has a most unusual problem: no matter how hard she tries, she can’t stop broadcasting her feelings to people around her. Luckily, she’s discovered how to trap and store her feelings in personal objects – but just […]

The Rise of Islamic Calligraphy

Alain George

May 2010 | £35.00 | $60.00 | 242pp

The birth of Qur’anic calligraphy was a major event in the early history of Islam. In a few decades, it raised the Arabs and their language from the remote fringes of the civilised world to its very heart. […]

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