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Moldy Strawberries: Stories

Abreu, Caio Fernando
Surreal and gripping stories about desire, tyranny, fear, and love, from one of Brazil’s greatest queer writers, whose work is appearing in English for the first time.

The Last Pomegranate Tree

Ali, Bachtyar
An extraordinary chronicle of war and an occult story of love between a father and his son from one of Iraq’s most celebrated contemporary writers


Burger, Hermann
Brenner is the final work from Hermann Burger, who died by suicide in 1989. The book publishes days before what would have been the author's 80th birthday.

The Joyful Cry of the Partridge

Chiziane, Paulina
A roiling chronicle of motherhood and colonization from a writer who “alternates between a dramatic, high-octave style and a terse and humorous frankness” (Sheila Heti) Recipient of the 2021 Camões Prize, the most important award for literature in the Portuguese language

Time Ages In A Hurry

Cooley, Martha

Second Star: and other reasons for lingering

Delerm, Philippe

My Life As Edgar

Fabre, Dominique
Fabre's ability to act as a 'discreet megaphone of the man in the crowd' (Elle Magazine) will take you by surprise and leave an immutable mark on your heart.

Tali Girls: A Novel of Afghanistan

Herawi, Siamak
In Sara Khalili’s vibrant and nuanced translation from the Persian, Tali Girls tears down the curtain and exposes the treacherous realities of what women are up against in modern-day, war-torn Afghanistan.

A Postcard For Annie

Jessen, Ida

Treasure Of The Spanish Civil War: And Other Tales

Pey, Serge
The Treasure of the Spanish Civil War and Other Tales is a strikingly original meditation on courage, survival, and hope in the face of oppression.

Message From The Shadows: Selected Stories

Tabucchi, Antonio
Message From the Shadows is a new collection featuring Antonio Tabucchi's finest short stories, spanning the breadth of his career. These playful tales explore Tabucchi's signature themes, from his inventive, lyrical meditations on language, art, and philosophy, to his fascination with the passage of time, and the mystery of storytelling.

For Isabel: A Mandala

Tabucchi, Antonio