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  • Cover of Mo Shearmon What I Have to Say

    Playful, mischievous, unpredictable – where readers can never tell what is coming next or where they will be led

  • Front cover of Eye of Reality / L’Ull de la Realitat Poems in Catalan by Xavier Panadès i Blas

    This new collection of poems confronts the issues of human loneliness, social injustice, war, domestic abuse and the destruction of the natural world

  • Front cover of On the Other Side is March by Sólrún Michelsen

    On the Other Side is March is a lyrical tapestry of a daughter visiting and revisiting her mother as she recedes into memories lost and found

  • Front cover of Give Un Fitz! The Ballad of Bob Fitzsimmons Cornish Boxer

    Give un Fitz! The Ballad of Bob Fitzsimmons is a striking new play about the triumphs and tragedies of the Helston-born boxer, Bob Fitzsimmons.

  • Front cover of A Speech of Birds Poems by Victoria Field

    Available now.

    A Speech of Birds brings together poems of place and time, tracing the course of a calendar year with its epiphanies and losses.

     

  • Front cover of Home is like a different time by Eva Moreda

    Home is like a different time, first published in Galician in 2011, is widely regarded as one of the most significant novels to engage with Galicia’s centuries-long history of emigration.

  • Front cover image of Virgil’s Fountain A Seafarer’s Tale A poem in Cornish by Tim Saunders

    A poem in Cornish

    Available in April 2019

    Tim Saunders has brought us a poem of love and loss in which myth strives to give shape to unbearable memory.

     

  • The Red Vial – Wilkie Collins

    The first publication of Wilkie Collins’s script for the Olympic production of the thrilling three-act drama, The Red Vial. A complete, annotated transcript of the play, a scholarly introduction and contemporary illustrations and reviews.

  • The November Boy

    Manciet’s spare, harrowing, yet profoundly lyrical tale of sickness, selfhood and longing translated here for the first time into English by James Thomas

  • Salt, Catalan Poetry Book Front Cover

    The first collection of award-winning Catalan poet, playwright, fiction writer and translator, Ponç Pons’ work to be translated into English.

  • Josafat Book Cover

    A first English translation of a classic of Catalan modernism. From its first publication in 1906 this story of the sacrilegious love between Josafat, the bell-ringer and caretaker of Girona Cathedral, and Fineta, the prostitute, has shocked and enthralled generations of Catalan readers. It eventually led to its author and family being hounded out of Girona.

  • Darkening Myrking Front Cover

    The first-ever bilingual Faroese–English publication of a work of Faroese literature. In the Faroese ballad tradition of wandering narratives, award-winning Faroese author Sissal Kampmann tells stories distilled into poetry.

  • Bloody Roots – Book Front Cover

    A collection of poems that engage with the Western poetic tradition from a feminist perspective and explore the challenges a woman faces when she writes poetry, published in Catalan with English translations.

  • A House With No Doors Book Cover

    This anthology is the first to present contemporary Georgian women poets translated into English alongside the original Georgian.

  • A Proper Mizz Maze Book Cover

    Jack Clemo (1916–1994) is best known as a poet – one of the most extraordinary poets of the twentieth century – but he began his literary career writing comic short stories in Cornish dialect. A Proper Mizz-Maze brings all twenty-one of these dialect tales together for the first time.

    Set around the villages, lanes and works of Clemo’s native china clay country in the 1930s, the stories of A Proper Mizz-Maze record the landscape, culture and an underrepresented language form, and they do it in an attractively light-hearted way.

  • Interim Nation by Alan M. Kent

    Identity, language and landscape – and the poet’s hopes for an autonomous Cornwall – remain at the core of this collection; but there are also new expeditions and inventive forms here as Kent looks towards France, Brittany, New Zealand, America – even outer space – to offer an ‘interim’ picture of the poet’s spiritual journey.