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Fairlight Moderns Bottled Goods by Sophie van Llewyn When Alina’s brother-in-law defects to the West, she and her husband become persons of interest to the secret services, causing both of their careers to come grinding to a halt. As the strain takes its toll on their marriage, Alina turns to her aunt for help - the wife of a communi

Based in central Scotland, Eilidh G Clark is a writer of moving poetry and short stories. One of her works, Looking for Nora, is available on our website. Eilidh started writing when she was old enough to form a sentence. She remembers lazy summer holidays in the back-garden, drawing pictures in one of her many notebooks, then adding

The London Book Fair (LBF 2018) is here! After weeks spent preparing, the time has finally come to gather our beautiful titles and head to London. We absolutely can't wait to see our well-known and new writers and authors, meet booksellers and fellow publishers, and showcase our upcoming books. If you're at the LBF 2018, please, come a

Lee Wright is a satire writer from Nuneaton, Warwickshire. His two flash fiction stories, Soda Jerk and The Ear are available on our website. Lee began his writing career at the Hinckley Times newspaper where he wrote for a weekly sports column. He has self-published a novella Forget What You’ve Heard. Lee's short story Seeking Lov

Cathryn Haynes is a poignant story writer and the author of the romantic tale A Tiding of Magpies, available on our website. Cathryn read English Language and Literature at St Hilda’s College, Oxford, but only started seriously thinking about writing very recently. She is a member of novelist Sara Banerji's creative writing class a

With thousands of literary festivals being held across the world every year, it would be a shame to miss out on this bookish fun. Based in Oxford, we were lucky enough to be able to enjoy a week of inspiring talks and stirring conversations in our local Oxford Literary Festival. But similarly, almost every town in the UK has a literary fe

Do you ever decide to read or steer clear of a book just because it’s a translation? While in the UK bookstores both translated and original literature is displayed together on the shelves, there’s still some vigilance regarding translations. For some of us, a good book is a good book, no matter what language it was written in, but ot