Weeping Waters shortlisted for the 2019 CWA Dagger
Karin Brynard's Weeping Waters, translated by Maya Fowler & Isobel Dixon, has been shortlisted for the Crime Writers' Association (CWA) 2019 International Dagger Awards.
Theory of Bastards is the winner of the 2019 Philip k. Dick Award
Audrey Schulman's Theory of Bastards is the winner of the 2019 Philip K. Dick Award! The award is presented annually for distinguished science fiction published in paperback in the United States, and is sponsored by the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society.
«For explorers of the world»
Announcing THE PASSENGER
Europa Editions and Iperborea will co-publish THE PASSENGER, one of the most successful publishing projects in recent years, dedicated to telling the story of a country or city and its people.
Europa Editions is dedicated to bridging cultural divides by introducing fresh international voices into the American and British marketplaces. Explore our diverse catalogue by region and take in what the world has to offer.
The debut novel gives the young men not only a voice, but also the reader a chance to look into their heads and get an understanding of their feelings and lacking sense of belonging.
— Missmerized, Oct 16 2019
Rating: 4/5* ‘“It’s odd- no matter how you feel about a place, it’s as though you exchange something with it. It keeps a little bit of you, and you keep a little bit of it.” I am ashamed to admit I had never heard of Deborah Eisenberg before reading this...
— The Girly Book Club, Oct 14 2019
THOUGH — OR PERHAPS BECAUSE — it has fallen on hard times, Rome remains one of the great antihero cities of Europe. Singular, even when in the company of iconic cities like Los Angeles, Berlin, London, and New York, because within its borders sits the Vatican — separate...
— Los Angeles Review of Books, Oct 10 2019
Big brother is a driver for an app-based car service. Closed off for eleven hours every day in his cab, constantly tuned in to the radio, he ruminates about his life and the world that is waiting just on the other side of the windshield.Little brother set out for Syria several...
— The Book Trail, Oct 10 2019
This translation of an Italian award-winning novel follows the life a 13-year-old girl who, without warning or explanation, is sent away from the family she believed was hers to live with her birth family — a large, chaotic assortment of individuals who seem anything but welcoming.
— Well and Tribune, Oct 9 2019
When French author Faiza Guene’s book, Kiffe Kiffe Demain (Just Like Tomorrow) was published in 2004, it took the world by storm. More than 400,000 copies have been sold and it was translated from French into several languages, while it is now studied in high schools in countries...
— The National, Oct 9 2019
he Older Brother in Mahir Guven’s debut novel drives for a ride-sharing service in Paris while his Syrian-born father is an old-school taxi driver. Their Uber politics conflict is further sullied by their religious divergence. Into this, Guven adds a Younger Brother, a talented...