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On the eve of President Donald J. Trump’s official visit to the UK, Serpent’s Tail is delighted to announce the acquisition of a new novel by America’s last remaining dissident writer, Jarett Kobek, author of the cult hit I Hate the Internet.

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Washington Black is the extraordinary new novel from Booker and Women's Prize shortlistee Esi Edugyan. Be one of the first to read the opening.

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Continuing our Pride 2018 celebrations, we're thrilled to share an exclusive extract from Gentleman Jack, our forthcoming biography of the extraordinary Anne Lister.

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Meet our summer reading line up, with books by Esi Edugyan, Simon Rich and Jarett Kobek.Read More
Hear from our authors and more of our staff as they share their favourite books for Pride 2018Read More
As Pride month 2018 kicks off, we ask Serpent's Tail authors and staff to tell us about their favourite queer booksRead More

Read the opening of Aiden Truhen's 'blackest of comedy crime novels', The Price You Pay

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We're thrilled to have acquired The Money Book by campaigning journalist, speaker and consultant Alex Holder.

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Read on for a brilliant Q&A between Marketing Director Niamh Murray and Joanna Walsh.Read More
We caught up with International Man Booker shortlisted author Antonio Muñoz Molina ahead of next week's ceremonyRead More

Camilo Ramirez tells us about his work translating Antonio Muñoz Molina's International Man Booker shortlisted Like a Fading Shadow

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We are delighted to announce that László Krasznahorkai and Antonio Muñoz Molina are on the shortlist for the Man Booker International Prize 2018.Read More

Here's how commissioning editor Nick Sheerin discovered what would become a Serpent's Tail Classic: Kenzaburo Oe's The Silent Cry

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Read an extract from Attica Locke's fantastic novel out today in paperbackRead More

We're absolutely delighted that Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado has been shortlisted for the 2018 Dylan Thomas Prize

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Cathi Unsworth's new crime novel, That Old Black Magic, is based on a real-life murder that happened in 1943. Read all about it...

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The World Goes on by Laszlo Krasznahorkai and Like a Fading Shadow by Antonio Munoz Molina are both on the list.Read More

To celebrate International Woman's Day 2018, take a look at our fantastic female authors with books coming out this year

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Abi tells us how the legend that is Rachel Carson has inspired her and influenced her writing since she first read Silent Spring.

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Why is it only men who get to go on adventures? Read the first chapter of The Word for Woman is Wilderness, the adventure novel in which 19-year-old Erin goes on a solo expedition to Alaska

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