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  • Brothers Wreckby Jada Roberts

    Currency Press 2014; US$ 17.99

    A beautiful little play about life, Brothers Wreck begins with a death.On a hot morning under a house in Darwin, Ruben wakes to find his cousin Joe hanging from the rafters. The play that follows tells the story of how Ruben’s family, little by little, brings Ruben back from the edge. more...

  • Over the Moonby Imtiaz Dharker

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 15.97

    Imtiaz Dharker was born in Pakistan, grew up a Muslim Calvinist in a Lahori household in Glasgow, was adopted by India and married into Wales. Her main themes are drawn from a life of transitions: childhood, exile, journeying, home, displacement, religious strife and terror, and latterly, grief. She is also an accomplished artist, and all her collections... more...

  • When God Is a Travellerby Arundhathi Subramaniam

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 13.05

    Shortlisted for the 2014 T.S. Eliot Prize Poetry Book Society Choice These are poems of wonder and precarious elation, about learning to embrace the seemingly disparate landscapes of hermitage and court, the seemingly diverse addresses of mystery and clarity, disruption and stillness - all the roadblocks and rewards on the long dangerous route to... more...

  • Where I Liveby Arundhathi Subramaniam

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 11.59

    Where I Live combines Arundhathi Subramaniam?s first two Indian collections of poetry, On Cleaning Bookshelves and Where I Live, with a selection of new work. Her poems explore various ambivalences around human intimacy with its bottlenecks and surprises, life in a Third World megalopolis, myth, the politics of culture and gender, and the persistent... more...

  • Tenby Karen McCarthy Woolf; Nathalie Teitler

    Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 13.05

    Ten: the new wave presents poetry from some of the most exciting new poets in Britain today. These ten poets were selected for The Complete Works 2 mentoring project, a groundbreaking initiative to promote diversity and quality in British poetry, initiated by the writer Bernardine Evaristo. The poets follow on from the first group to take part in... more...

  • Gumiguruby Togara Muzanenhamo

    Carcanet Press Ltd. 2014; US$ 15.99

    Gumiguru is the tenth month of the Shona calendar?a month of dryness and heat before the first rains fall and rejuvenate the land. Togara Muzanenhamo?s second collection is a cycle of poems distilling the experiences of a decade into one calendar year, framed through the natural and agricultural landscapes of Zimbabwe. The book stands as both an elegy... more...

  • Carnivalby J. Robert Janes

    Head of Zeus 2014; US$ 13.11

    Amid the ruins of an abandoned Alsatian carnival, St-Cyr and Kohler investigate a pair of suspicious suicides. During the Great War, Hermann Kohler and Jean-Louis St-Cyr fought in Alsace on opposite sides of the barbed wire. Two decades later, they return as partners: a Gestapo officer and a French cop investigating everyday crimes in a world... more...

  • The Science Fiction of Phyllis Gotliebby Dominick Grace

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2015; US$ 45.00

    Gotlieb is a writer central to the Canadian science fiction canon. Though she has been called the queen of Canadian SF by Robert J. Sawyer, and though David Ketterer has suggested that she is Canadian SF, Gotlieb has been largely overlooked by SF studies. This book delves deeply into her body of work and traces her career in detail. Offering close... more...

  • Successful Tragediesby Priscila Uppal

    Bloodaxe Books 2015; US$ 13.05

    ?Canada?s Priscila Uppal has gained an international reputation for her boldly provocative poetry in just a dozen years, since publishing her first collection, How to Draw Blood from a Stone, at the age of 23. Noted for their startling imagery, unforgettable characters and visionary lines, her poems are exact and penetrating, yet surreal and deeply... more...

  • Writing Freeby Irene Staunton

    Weaver Press 2011; US$ 9.99

    In this fifth anthology of Zimbabwean short stories from Weaver Press fifteen writers respond to the topic of writing free, and offer their thoughts about how and why they wrote as they did. The stories reflect a wide variety of freedoms: from tyranny, from hunger, from abuse, from the shackles of tradition, and even from the traditional constraints... more...