BBC National Short Story Award 2021
  BBC National Short Story Award 2021
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Hardback, 06/02/2020, £14.99
Inspired by real historical events, The Mercies is a breathtaking story of love, fear and obsession, and the strength and courage of women.


Paperback, 05/11/2020, £9.99

My Darling from the Lions

Paperback, 06/08/2020, £10.99
A beautiful and searching debut collection exploring shame, love and healing, from a thrilling new voice.

re: desire

Paperback, 25/06/2020, £9.99
Afshan D'souza-Lodhi's debut poetry collection 're: desire' explores the yearning to love, be loved and belong from a desi (South Asian) perspective. Her work sits on the intersections of flash fiction, poetry and script, echoing the hybridity of the worlds that many young British desis find themselves occupying.

Rainbow Milk: an Observer 2020 Top 10 Debut

Paperback, 04/02/2021, £8.99
A raw, essential and revelatory coming-of-age narrative from a thrilling new voice in queer black fiction, with shades of James Baldwin, Kei Miller and Moonlight. RAINBOW MILK is Dialogue's lead debut for 2020.

What's Left of Me is Yours

Hardback, 21/04/2020, £14.99
Within the Tokyo underworld there is an industry which exists to break up marriages. But when Kaitaro Nakamura is hired to seduce Rina, something unexpected happens - he falls in love. A subtle heartfelt novel from a fresh new talent.

Antiemetic for Homesickness

Paperback, 23/07/2020, £10.00

First Woman

Hardback, 01/10/2020, £16.99
A dazzling feminist coming of age tale from the award-winning author of Kintu

A More Perfect Union

Hardback, 15/10/2020, £12.99
This epic love story between an Irish immigrant and a black slave is set in the pre-Civil War Southern state of Virginia in 1849 and based on the experience of the author's great-great grand-parents.

Are We Home Yet?

Paperback, 10/09/2020, £8.99
One of Jacaranda's #TwentyIn2020, Are We Home Yet? is a moving memoir of a mixed-race woman from a working class community in Leeds and her outspoken French-Canadian mother. Exploring issues of shame, immigration and class, the pair share their stories but struggle to understand each other's choices in a fast-changing world.

Inferno: A Memoir of Motherhood and Madness

Paperback, 18/03/2021, £9.99
Canterbury Festival 2021
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