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Publishers of fiction and non-fiction by authors including Khaled Hosseini, J.K. Rowling, George Saunders, Margaret Atwood, Elizabeth Gilbert and Tom Kerridge
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Foyles Bookshop 29m
Look at the US through a distorting mirror (that might reveal a few truths) in Why Visit America, the ingenious part-speculative, part-satirical short story collection by -we’ve got an extract! 🦬 🦅
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'The real-world inspiration was the social and political systems of the United States ... I wanted to examine the fundamental assumptions underlying the structures of American society' spoke to about WHY VISIT AMERICA
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'Edmund White observes human life from the highest altitudes, held aloft by vast infusions of erudition and experience' - MARTIN AMIS We publish A Saint From Texas on August 6th:
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louisekennedy 2h
Gorgeous book post today. has written her first novel for adults and it's bloody brilliant. Heart-wrenching and peppered with one-liners of which I'm heartily jealous. Out on 20th August, I do believe, from
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Bookish chat 16h
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Rich 18h
Been a while since I've posted any reviews! Why Visit America is a fantastic piece of fiction and one of the finest collections of shorts I've read in absolutely ages
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What book are you reading this summer? On the latest episode of No Country For Young Women, author , journalist and the discuss the book "Such A Fun Age" with and . Listen on BBC Sounds 🎧
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Benjamin Myers 19h
Replying to @GregHeini
The cover image is entitled ‘Carl Blankley’s Tattoo’ by photographer Chris Steele-Perkins. It’s taken from Northern Exposures, a collection of portraits depicting rural life in my home county of Durham. The design is by the main man
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Benjamin Myers 19h
I'm pleased to reveal that my debut collection of short stories MALE TEARS will be published in April 2021 by . It's available to pre-order from your local indie bookshop now, or such places as Waterstones, Hive, Foyles etc:
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Short Book & Scribes 21h
Thank you for the beautifully presented by Lucy Jago along with the gorgeous throw. I'm really looking forward to reading this book which is published in February 2021. It sounds amazing.
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Enjoy!
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'A page-turner with the authority of history' PHILIPPA GREGORY 'As gripping as a novel. An engaging, unsettling, deeply satisfying read' SARAH WATERS The Haunting of Alma Fielding by Kate Summerscale is available to request on now:
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A hopeful history. A manifesto for the future. Humankind: A Hopeful History by Rutger Bregman
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'Equally tender and salacious, White's deeply satisfying character study demonstrates his profound abilities' We publish A SAINT FROM TEXAS, the new novel from literary master Edmund White, on August 6th
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'Essential reading ... The standalone portraits of his eight dictators are riveting' - Evening Standard This timely study, told with great narrative verve, examines how a cult takes hold, grows, and sustains itself. Discover by Frank Dikotter
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'A new literary star' - The Times on 'Nothing like any book you’ve ever read' - Michael Cunningham on Apeirogon Such A Fun Age and Apeirogon have both been longlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize!
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'Almost impossibly compelling. It's the book no one I know can put down, and the one everyone is talking about' Out now in paperback, get your exclusive edition with sprayed edges and an essay by on the reaction
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15th September. Ink it into your diary! 🖋️
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It's publication day for WHY VISIT AMERICA, Matthew Baker's twisted, exhilarating and darkly strange vision of the world we live in tune in at 3.30pm today to hear author interviewed live on
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🌊 Piranesi, Susanna Clarke 💊 Threshold, Rob Doyle 🏊 Swimming in the Dark, Tomasz Jedrowski 🌙 Crescent City, Sarah J Maas 🕊️ Apeirogon, Colum McCann 💙 Such a Fun Age, Kiley Reid ☀️ The Great Godden, Meg Rosoff 🧿 A Theatre for Dreamers, Polly Samson
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