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Magodiz

Calderin, Gabe
9781551528991
With themes of resistance, of ceremony as the conduit between realms, and of transcending gender, Magodiz is a powerful and visionary reclamation that Two-Spirit people always have and always will be vital to the cultural and spiritual legacy of their communities.
€22.27

Erdogan: A Graphic Biography: The Rise of Turkey's Modern Autocrat

Dundar, Can
9781551529219
One of the world's most divisive and controversial leaders, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ruled over Turkey as either prime minister or president since 2003. This graphic biography sheds light on the origins of Turkey's most powerful man, from his youth as a budding soccer player to his years spent navigating Turkey's political landscape, including the founding of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in 2001.
€27.97

Butter Honey Pig Bread

Ekwuyasi, Francesca
9781551528236
€21.09

The Lost Century

Lai, Larissa
9781551528977
Lambda Literary Award winner Larissa Lai (The Tiger Flu) returns with a sprawling historical novel about war, colonialism, love, and loyalty during Japan’s occupation of Hong Kong in World War II.
€24.65

Shut Up You're Pretty

Mutonji, Tea
9781551527550
These punchy, sharply observed stories blur the lines between longing and choosing, exploring the narrator's experience as an involuntary one. Tinged with pathos and humor, they interrogate the moments in which femininity, womanness, and identity are not only questioned but also imposed. Shut Up You're Pretty is the first book to be published under VS. Books, a series of books curated and edited by writer-musician Vivek Shraya featuring work by new and emerging Indigenous or Black writers, or writers of colour.
€16.41

Any Other City

Plante, Hazel Jane
9781551529110
€21.70

My Volcano

Stintzi, John Elizabeth
9781551528731
On the morning of June 2, 2016, a jogger in Central Park notices a mass of stone in the centre of the reservoir, a mass that three weeks later will have grown into an active stratovolcano nearly two and a half miles tall. This inexplicable event seems to coincide with an escalation of strange phenomena happening around the world. For readers of Karen Tei Yamashita and Haruki Murakami and fans of David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas (Sceptre, 2004) and Olga Tokarczuk's Flights (Fitzcarraldo Editions, 2018), My Volcano sets the mythic and absurd against the starkly realistic, attempting to portray what it feels like to live in a burning world stricken numb.
€19.73