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  • Books in Brussels

    “I’ve always enjoyed my visits to Brussels, although I can never get the topography straight in my head. Perhaps it’s because I’ve stayed in different hotels and districts; maybe it’s because of the changes in elevation, with unexpected hills leading one up, down and around intriguing corners . . .”

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My Body Keeps Your Secrets author Lucia Osborne-Crowley wins a Somerset Maugham Award 2022

Richard Seymour on The Disenchanted Earth for Lighthouse Books

Epic Annette: A Heroine’s Tale features in The Bookseller

Mount Florida Books, Glasgow’s first book of the month:

The Portobello Bookseller Picks: New Fiction in May 2022

The 2022 William Saroyan International Prize for Writing Shortlist Announced

PEN Translates awards announced

We’re thrilled that Annette: An Epic Heroine by Anne Weber, translated from the German by Tess Lewis has won English PEN’s flagship translation award, among other brilliant books from 15 countries and 13 languages. The 18 awards go to titles by 17 different publishers and include novels, short story collections, reportage, poetry collections and epic verse, children’s literature and political writing.


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