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 […]

Virginia Woolf in Manhattan

Maggie Gee

June 2015 | £7.99 | 479pp

NOMINATED FOR THE 2015 FOLIO PRIZE Bestselling author Angela Lamb is going through a mid-life crisis. She dumps her irrepressible daughter Gerda at boarding school and flies to New York to pursue her passion for Woolf, whose manuscripts […]

Syria Speaks

Edited by Malu Halasa, Zaher Omareen and Nawara Mahfoud

June 2014 | £14.99 | 328pp

In Syria, culture has become a critical line of defence against tyranny. Syria Speaks is a celebration of a people determined to reclaim their dignity, freedom and self-expression. It showcases the work of over fifty artists and writers […]

While the Shark is Sleeping

Milena Agus

February 2014 | £7.99 | $12.95 | 160pp

The Sevilla Mendoza family, long-time residents of the Sardinian coast, are not quite what you’d call ‘conventional’. At the heart of the family is a young teenage girl in the throes of a dangerous affair with a married […]

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