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This year we are publishing two books by Paul Griffiths, in which Ophelia uses the words Shakespeare gave her (481 of them) to tell her own story and decide her own fate. You can Look Inside them here! Look Inside let me tell you Look Inside let me go on
We are delighted to hear that Bethlehem Attfield has been shortlisted for her first novel-length translation: The Lost Spell by Yismake Worku. The nomination is well deserved; Attfield is currently undertaking a practice-based PhD at Birmingham University specialising in contemporary Amharic fiction. She also founded the Ethiopian Translators Network and hosts the YouTube podcast Journey
This September sees us launch Irish queer fiction online and (in person) translated Ethiopian satire. The Goddess Lens is Pascal O’Loughlin’s second novel. Fans of Irish fiction, visual poetry and LGBTQ+ books should flock to David Collard’s online literary magazine show The Glue Factory: Sunday 18th September 2022, 7pmRegister for free here The Lost Spell
To accompany the launch of The Lost Spell by Yismake Worku in English, we relate some neglected history The Lost Spell by Yismake Worku (tr. Bethlehem Attfield) is the tale of a businessman who turns himself into a dog whilst dabbling in the occult. But the journey he is forced to make through the Southern
As displayed in Vienna at Gallery Wechselstrom: Ulysses 100 In 18 Stationen Edition of 19£120 (earlybird price, at which 4 copies remaining) contact us HERE to express an interest NB: next batch expected delivery Sept 2022 Paperback available HERE (EU and USA friendly checkout) £12.99
We’ve lost 6 months of regular studio time, since March 2020, to long-Covid-19, home-schooling and Brexit disruption. We are delighted that we have been able to ensure no projects have been cancelled, but there are significant delays. You can check below for the status of your book. The Blackbird (paperback) complete Mr. Beethoven (paperback) complete
Humans must navigate a different life cycle. A society where people can remain at the larval stage or submit themselves to a precarious transformation and become adult. When Megan becomes curious about adulthood, her friendship with Sal becomes strained. Inspector Augustine, charged with monitoring the wanton destruction of eggs, decides to mentor Sal and Megan.
The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction 2021 has longlisted the first book in our Historiographic Fictions series: Mr. Beethoven by Paul Griffiths. The Prize celebrates fiction set over 60 years ago. Which of our books should fans of historical fiction investigate and (ahem) qualify for free UK postage? There’s been an explosion of lively
The UK’s leading prize for historical fiction longlists Paul Griffiths! The novel we published in Beethoven’s 250th anniversary year will be celebrated in Sir Walter Scott’s 250th year by the the prize that bears his name. Paul Griffiths and Mr. Beethoven find themselves in the estimable company of THE MIRROR AND THE LIGHT by Hilary