Two hundred and fifty members of a new society, floating, stranded at sea, heading for unknown lands, fleeing a Europe in flames.
From the critically acclaimed and Whiting Award-winning author of We Love You, Charlie Freeman comes a book about what freedom actually means – and wh…
A lead debut novel: a literary thriller about a pandemic, the rise of AI, and how – or why – we might save the human race.
An irresistibly strange debut short story collection set in a crumbling tower block
The brilliant and provocative UK debut of a Latin American star of world literature
A controversial masterpiece, grappling with how generations born after the Holocaust can preserve memory without it becoming a commodity
A fierce, and funny memoir of how the New York Times-bestselling author embraced her creativity – and how it saved her
Original and provocative fiction telling the story of a contentious trial, pieced together in documents from the accused and accuser.
Fantastical, unnerving short stories from a Surrealist master of the form
A classic of the Harlem Renaissance reissued to coincide with the major Netflix adaptation of Passing (2021)
A collection of provocative and searchingly analytical essays by the author of Bad Behavior, This is Pleasure, and Lost Cat
A profound, important novel about how love and family are shaped by place, race and class