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What Have You Left Behind

al-Maqtari, Bushra
Reminiscent of the work of Nobel Prize laureate Svetlana Alexievich, What Have You Left Behind? powerfully draws together civilian accounts of the Yemeni civil war and serves as a vital reminder of the scale of the human tragedy behind the headlines.

The Fallen

Alvarez, Carlos Manuel
A powerful, unsettling portrait of ordinary family life in Cuba, Carlos Manuel Alvarez's debut novel The Fallen is a masterful portrayal of a society in free fall.

The Tribe: Portraits of Cuba

Alvarez, Carlos Manuel
A dizzying portrait of contemporary Cuba as it has rarely been seen, by an up-and-coming Cuban novelist.


Apostol, Gina
A critical, satirical take on Philippine-American history, a powerful contribution to the postcolonial canon, and a fearless exploration of the limits of metafiction, INSURRECTO is a novel about women - artists, lovers, revolutionaries, daughters - finding their way to their own truths and histories.

Cold Enough for Snow

Au, Jessica
Winner of the inaugural Novel Prize, an elegant and subtle exploration of the mysteries of our relationships to others.

Porn: An Oral History

Barton, Polly
A landmark work of oral history interrogating everything and anything related to porn.

The Undercurrents

Bell, Kirsty
Humane, thought-provoking and moving, The Undercurrents is a hybrid literary portrait of a place that makes the case for radical close readings: of ourselves, our cities and our histories


Bennett, Claire-Louise
Feverish and forthright, Pond is an absorbing chronicle of the pitfalls and pleasures of a solitudinous life told by an unnamed woman living on the cusp of a coastal town. Claire-Louise Bennett's startlingly original debut collection slips effortlessly between worlds and is by turns darkly funny and deeply moving.

The Netanyahus

Cohen, Joshua
Mixing fiction with non-fiction, the campus novel with the lecture, The Netanyahus is a wildly inventive, genre-bending comedy of blending, identity, and politics - 'An Account of A Minor and Ultimately Even Negligible Episode in the History of a Very Famous Family' that finds Joshua Cohen at the height of his powers.

Moving Kings

Cohen, Joshua
A propulsive, incendiary novel about faith, race, class, and what it means to have a home, from Joshua Cohen, 'a major American writer' (NEW YORK TIMES).

Bolt from the Blue

Cooper, Jeremy
A novel in epistolary form, BOLT FROM THE BLUE charts the relationship between a mother and her artistic daughter over the course of thirty-odd years, and offers a partial and subjective account of British contemporary art since the mid-1980s.


Cooper, Jeremy
A tender meditation on friendship and the importance of community, Brian is also a slantwise work of film criticism, one that is not removed from its subject matter, but rather explores with great feeling how art gives meaning to and enriches our lives.