So Many Islands

Edited by Nicholas Laughlin

April 2018 | £8.99 | 256

So Many Islands breaks out bold new writing from the distant shores of countries in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Indian and Pacific oceans. Here you will find poems about revolution and protest. You will be transported to Marakei, ‘the […]

Dance of the Jakaranda

Peter Kimani

March 2018 | £8.99 | 352pp

A New York Times Notable Book of the Year 1963. Kenya is on the verge of independence from British colonial rule. In the Great Rift Valley, Kenyans of all backgrounds come together in the previously white-only establishment of […]

Istanbul Istanbul

Burhan Sönmez

November 2016 | £8.99 | 256pp

Winner of the EBRD Literature Prize 2018 Istanbul is a city of a million cells, and every cell is an Istanbul unto itself. Below the ancient streets of Istanbul, four prisoners – Demirtay the student, the doctor, Kamo the […]

About My Mother

Tahar Ben Jelloun

July 2016 | £8.99 | $16.95 | 288pp

Longlisted for the EBRD Literature Prize Since she’s been ill, Lalla Fatma has become a frail little thing with a faltering memory. Lalla Fatma thinks she’s in Fez in 1944, where she grew up, not in Tangier in […]

Song For Night

Chris Abani

May 2016 | £7.99 | 140

Even with the knowledge that there are some sins too big for even God to forgive, every night my sky is still full of stars; a wonderful song for night. Trained as a human mine detector, a boy […]

The Hungry Ghosts

Shyam Selvadurai

March 2016 | £8.99 | 464pp

In Buddhist myth, those that have desired too much during their lifetime may be reborn as ‘hungry ghosts’ – spirits with a stomach so large they can never be full. Six-year-old Shivan is boarded up in his grandmother’s […]

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