BBC National Short Story Award 2021
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When We Cease to Understand the World

Hardback, 03/09/2020, £14.99
Albert Einstein opens a letter sent to him from the Eastern Front of World War I. Inside, he finds the first exact solution to the equations of general relativity, unaware that it contains a monster that could destroy his life's work.

The War of the Poor

Hardback, 07/01/2021, £9.99
A short, brutal tale by the author of The Order of The Day: the story of a moment in Europe's history when the poor rose up and banded together behind a fiery preacher, to challenge the entrenched powers of the ruling elite.

Image for I Live in the Slums : Stories

Hardback, 03/07/2020, £20.00

At Night All Blood is Black

Hardback, 05/11/2020, £14.99
The prize-winning story of a Senegalese soldier in the trenches, told in hypnotic, powerful prose.

Dangers of Smoking in Bed

Paperback, 01/04/2021, £12.99
A masterpiece of contemporary Gothic from the internationally acclaimed author of Things We Lost in the Fire.

Pear Field

Paperback, 27/10/2020, £12.00
Lela knows two things to be absolutely true: i. The history teacher has to die. ii. Across the pear field lies freedom.

Employees : A workplace novel of the 22nd century

Paperback, 21/09/2020, £12.99
The crew of the Six-Thousand ship consists of those who were born, and those who were created. Those who will die, and those who will not. As human and humanoid employees alike come to long for the same things: warmth and closeness. Loved ones who have passed. Our shared, far-away Earth, which now only persists in memory.

Summer Brother

Paperback, 08/04/2021, £12.99


Paperback, 02/06/2020, £9.99
Beauty and poverty; violence, addiction and brotherhood. Written with unstoppable flow, Wretchedness mixes high and low culture in an inimitable way.

Minor Detail

Paperback, 06/05/2020, £10.99
A beautiful meditation on war, violence, memory and injustice, set in the occupied Palestinian territories.

In Memory of Memory

Paperback, 17/02/2021, £14.99
With the death of her aunt, Maria Stepanova is left to sift through an apartment full of faded photographs, old postcards, diaries, and heaps of souvenirs: a withered repository of a century of life in Russia. Carefully reassembled, these shards tell the story of how a seemingly ordinary Jewish family managed to survive the twentieth century.

Inventory of Losses

Hardback, 20/08/2020, £20.00
A startlingly original book by the author of Atlas of Remote Islands
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