Autumn 2024 Preview


I Saw Ramallah by Mourid Barghouti | Translated by Ahdaf Soueif | Foreword by Edward Said | Non-Fiction | £9.99 | 1 August 2024

A tour de force of memory and reflection, lamentation and resilience, I Saw Ramallah is a deeply humane book, essential to any balanced understanding of today’s Middle East, and a lamentation on the conditions of exile.

‘A brilliant, beautiful book.’ Kamila Shamsie

Yr Dead by Sam Sax | Fiction | £9.99 | 15 August 2024

Memories culminate to create a work that revels in estrangement, in feeling queer and at home, or queer and out of place; in feeling alive. Visceral, propulsive and at turns fluorescently beautiful and tragic, Yr Dead is a diasporic bildungsroman for fans of Ocean Vuong and Henry Hoke.

‘Refreshing as it is revelatory, Yr Dead demands attention to the need for change – I am grateful for it.’ Peter Scalpello


A Spring of Love by Celia Dale | Foreword by Sheena Patel | Fiction | £9.99 | 26 September 2024

A beautifully observed novel about love in all of its guises this is a gripping and unforgettable story of tension, betrayal and, ultimately, how we can never truly know anyone. 

‘Queen of the eerie, Celia Dale takes you on an unforgettable tale.’ Stylist


Journeys and Flowers by Mercè Rodoreda | Translated by Nick Caistor and Gala Sicart Olavide | Fiction | £9.99 | 10 October 2024

A mesmerising and enigmatic collection of short stories, haunted by the horrors of war, never before translated into English. Mercè Rodoreda, in these beguiling, uncanny stories, fragments of beauty and darkness, combines inventive force and lyrical power in a poetic voice of indelible magnetism, and confirms herself as one of the greatest Catalan writers of the twentieth century. 

‘The un-self-conscious beauty and the phantasmagoric pain in her work add up to a kind of sharp, transportive pleasure.’ Jia Tolentino