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  • Villa Pacificaby Kapka Kassabova

    Alma Books 2013; US$ 12.99

    A visceral, gripping story for all those who loved Alex Garland's The Beach As Ute and her husband Jerry travel to a remote area on the west coast of South America, they decide to visit a recently established eco retreat called Villa Pacifica. The resort, run by a group of eccentric expatriates, offers a luxuriant refuge?in the middle of an arid... more...

  • Villa Pacificaby Kapka Kassabova

    Penguin Books Ltd 2010; Not Available

    'Tangled with darkness like its lush, decaying setting, Villa Pacifica had me gripped to the very end.'-Emily Perkins A couple arrive in a dead-end coastal village somewhere in South America. The only place to stay is Villa Pacifica, part hotel and part animal sanctuary run by eccentric ex-pats. Travel guide-writer Ute and her husband Jerry are... more...

  • Street Without a Nameby Kapka Kassabova

    Penguin Books Ltd 2012; Not Available

    After years on the outside, Bulgaria has finally made it into the EU club, but beyond the clichés about undrinkable plonk, cheap property, and assassins with poison-tipped umbrellas, the country remains a largely unknown quantity. Born on the muddy outskirts of Sofia, Kapka Kassabova grew up under Communism, got away just as soon as she could, and... more...

  • Street Without a Nameby Kapka Kassabova

    Skyhorse Publishing 2009; US$ 24.95

    Kassabova was born in Sofia, Bulgaria and grew up under the drab, muddy, grey mantle of one of communism?s most mindlessly authoritarian regimes. Escaping with her family as soon as possible after the collapse of the Berlin Wall, she lived in Britain, New Zealand, and Argentina, and several other places. But when Bulgaria was formally inducted to... more...

  • All Roads Lead to the Seaby Kapka Kassabova

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    All Roads Lead to the Sea is a first collection of poetry from a young Bulgarian immigrant poet. Her work had already attracted considerable attention, with a special issue of Poetry New Zealand featuring her poems. Her moody, evocative poems brilliantly convey the rootlessness and restlessness of the immigrant, the mingled sense of loss and wonder... more...

  • Geography for the Lostby Kapka Kassabova

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    In Geography for the Lost, travelling poems speak from different parts of the world and different moments in time, but always of the many ways to be lost and disoriented: in a place, in the past, in fear, in the very quickness of life. The voices here – from a Roman housewife to a Chinese bar-owner in Berlin or an Argentine DJ – are of the heartsick,... more...

  • Someone Else's Lifeby Kapka Kassabova

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    Kapka Kassabova quickly attracted attention with her first collection All Roads Lead to the Sea (AUP, 1997), which won the NZSA Award for the Best First Book of Poetry, and her subsequent book, Dismemberment (AUP, 1998). With both these books out of print, Someone Else?s Life includes 26 poems from the first two and a substantial number of new poems,... more...

  • Street Without A Nameby Kapka Kassabova

    Granta Publications 2013; US$ 13.32

    After years on the outside, Bulgaria has finally made it into the EU club in 2007, but beyond the cliches about undrinkable wine, cheap property and assassins with poison-tipped umbrellas, the country remains a largely unknown quantity. Born on the muddy outskirts of Sofia, Kapka Kassabova grew up under Communism, got away just as soon as she could,... more...

  • All Roads Lead to the Seaby Kapka Kassabova

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 15.99

    All Roads Lead to the Sea is a first collection of poetry from a young Bulgarian immigrant poet. Her work had already attracted considerable attention, with a special issue of Poetry New Zealand featuring her poems. Her moody, evocative poems brilliantly convey the rootlessness and restlessness of the immigrant, the mingled sense of loss and wonder... more...

  • Marti Friedlanderby Leonard Bell; Kapka Kassabova

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 29.15

    From Maori moko to Dame Whina Cooper and the 1975 Maori land march, from Rita Angus to Norman Kirk, from Israel to Fiji, Marti Friedlander?s photographs have captured the transformation of our lives over the last 50 years. While recording these places, events, and personalities of recent history, Friedlander has brought to her subjects a distinctive... more...

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