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 Passenger: Greece is the first English-language instalment of Europa Editions and Italian publisher Iberborea’s The Passenger series (volumes on Brazil and Turkey scheduled for the autumn). In twelve essays, it aims to tell the story of Greece through “its shifting culture...
— The TLS, Jun 4 2020
“A powerful and deeply civilized memoir.”
— The New York Times, Feb 24 2020
“Tremendously eclectic and classily produced… Each volume gets under the skin of each country or city in a multifaceted way that feels essential in these times of narrowing national horizons.”
— The Bookseller, Feb 19 2020
“The Enlightenment of the Greengage Tree is a hugely ambitious book, blending familial drama with the history of a nation during a conflicted era. At times, those shifts between the micro and the macro—and back again—can be dizzying, but I appreciated Azar’s sense of...
— Words without Borders, Feb 17 2020
Written by a political refugee who moved to Australia, a novel in which the ghost of a 13-year-old girl narrates her family's flight from their home in Tehran to a small village in hopes of preserving their intellectual freedom.
— The New York Times, Feb 17 2020
Originally published in Italy in 2017, and translated by Will Schutt, this new installment of the “Alligator” series begins when ex-con and private eye Marco Buratti, aka “the Alligator,” falls into a trap laid by his nemesis. He and his partners, Max the Memory and Beniamino...
— Crime Reads, Feb 17 2020
“The complexity of the plot recalls Chandler, and the tough-guy intelligence of Marco, the narrator, has the hard-boiled think-on-your-feet smarts of the best pulp fiction… Exhilarating.”
— The Times Crime Club, Feb 17 2020
“The real problem is, in the age of globalisation, prostitution is an unstoppable phenomenon: human beings worth something on the sex market, especially women and children, are transformed into goods for sale or rent. Exploited until they die…” This is a crime novel...