A sense of inevitability pervades “River Spirit ” as seven narrators negotiate the personal, political and religious challenges of Sudan in the late nineteenth century.
A story that crosses four generations of a family, “All Your Children, Scattered” looks at how communication breaks down, and how it might be repaired.
As a relatively young author, Brigitte Reimann imbued the novel with her convictions and enthusiasm for the work that her generation was doing to rebuild a post-war Germany that was ...
An uncompromising new voice from San Andres that describes a magical, transcendent place.
Scego blends Italy’s contentious past and present, unearthing the layers beneath Rome’s glittering surface.
A novel which effortlessly transcends the banality of categorisation to tell the story of a body and its struggle to feel whole.
Cixous explores the liminal space between fiction and fact, memory and history, novel and memoir.
Ito’s talent for weaving many voices is brilliantly demonstrated in this newly translated work.
A savage and touching exploration of the realities of life in post-civil-war Korea
The novel traces landmark moments in French history, from the 1971 Manifesto of the 343 to the 1981 election of President François Mitterrand.
Li reanimates the yearnings and struggles of Chinese-Malaysian women over the years, and presents a vivid sense of place.
To what extent are we free from the “justified interventions” of invisible censors? And if we are not free from them, are we ever going to learn about it one ...
Getting Lost leaves one submerged in Ernaux’s world, gasping for breath, and fighting for reason.
De Gregorio interrogates the classic missing person mystery and finds a deeper mystery hidden within – that of missing identity,
Art doesn’t just provide discrete instances of ways of seeing the world, alternative encounters with it into which we can enter while looking at a painting or TV show. Rather, ...
Linea Nigra is a journey into an elsewhere and a valuable documentation of self-transformation.
Perrin has a beautiful talent for capturing the atmosphere of small-town France
A warped subversion of childhood that excavates the depths of human cruelty.
A complex, beautiful, poetic and disturbing mediation on human existence.
if there are two fearsome things lurking in the collective psyche of young Japanese minds today, it is surely having children, and moving to the countryside.