A novel by Mark de Silva / £9.99
"The most extraordinary début in fiction that I’ve encountered in many years." - Michael Silverblatt, KCRW's Bookworm
The epic new novel by Mark de Silva / £12.99
"Mark de Silva is high among the remnant few whose writing still justifies the writing of novels." - Josh Cohen, author of The Netanyahus
The début novel by Adam Ouston / £9.99
"Artful, terrific, heaps of fun.Adam Ouston is hugely talented." - Robbie Arnott, author of The Rain Heron
A novella by Daniel Davis Wood / £6.99
Can sympathy alone rescue the victim of a crime from desecration and despair? Is moral imagination capacious enough to provide restitution? This powerful novella probes the complex ethics of doing justice to the private tragedies of other people.
Stories by Gabriel Blackwell / £9.99
Part Borges, part Calvino, part Hieronymous Bosch, the eerie fictions of Gabriel Blackwell offer warped reflections of domestic lives in turmoil, relationships on the brink of an abyss. Enter at the risk of plunging in, with nothing in the depths to break your fall.
Stories by Deirdre Shanahan / £9.99
Winner of the Wasafiri New Writing Prize
"Stories beautifully told in image-rich, powerfully descriptive language and an elegiac tone." - The Irish Times
Stories by Greg Gerke / £9.99
"These swift, swervy, nervous fictions are heartachingly hilarious and stocked from margin to margin with agony-born brilliances fresh and revitalizing." - Gary Lutz, author of Divorcer
A novel by Nicholas John Turner / £8.99
Longlisted for the Republic of Consciousness Prize
"Sharp... weird... dreamlike and nightmarish." - Eley Williams, author of Attrib. & Other Stories
Stories by Thomas Chadwick / £8.99
Featuring stories shortlisted for the White Review Prize and the Galley Beggar Prize
"Chadwick is insightful, his writing spare and bleakly comic, with sharp wit." - Thom Cuell, 3:AM Magazine
Stories by Michael Conley / £8.99
Longlisted for the 2019 Edge Hill Prize
"Clever, at times twisted, but always entertaining." - Jackie Law, Never Imitate
Stories by Dana Diehl / £8.99
By the winner of the New Delta Review Prize
"The breadth of possibility in this collection is enormous, and the prose is absolutely exquisite." - Jen Corrigan, The Coil
Essays by Anna MacDonald / £8.99
Is it possible for an experience of literature to be an experience of life? Can we think of words as existing in three dimensions, as things we move through, in much the same way that we move through the world?
Essay by Greg Gerke / £12.99
"See What I See is the very brew needed in these parched times. Greg Gerke's generous, thoughtful reflections on the experience of art are full of reverence for the illuming efforts of writers and filmmakers." - Christine Schutt, author of Pure Hollywood
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