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The Journal of Julius Rodman

by Edgar Allan Poe

Pushkin Press presents the first mainstream edition of The Journal of Julius Rodman by Edgar Allen Poe, illustrated with photographs by Edward S. Curtis. The Journal of Julius Rodman is a fictionalised account...


The Inheritance

by Peter Stephan Jungk & Michael Hofmann

Daniel Loew, a poet based in London, has been told since childhood that one day he would become his wealthy uncle’s only heir. When he learns of his uncle’s death, in Caracas, a few weeks have passed. A...


Envy

by Alain Elkann & Alastair Mcewen

As the result of a series of fortuitous encounters and circumstances, the Italian writer Giacomo Longhi falls victim to an obsessive curiosity about the famous English artist Julian Sax. He would like to meet...


Nahoonkara

by Peter Grandbois

Nahoonkara moves between poetry and prose, relying on the alchemy of images to open up the magic within the story.


Amerika

by Franz Kafka

Translated by Willa and Edwin Muir

Foreword by E. L. Doctorow

Afterword by Max Brod

 

Kafka’s first and funniest novel, Amerika tells the story of the young immigrant Karl Rossmann who, after an embarrassing...


The Leper's Companions: A Novel

by Julia Blackburn

In this fascinatingly imaginative novel, Julia Blackburn has decimated all the rules, creating a magical tale that is part fable, part allegory, part present, part past, and wholly genuine and poetic.

The unnamed...


The Book of Color

by Julia Blackburn

In the late 19th century, an English missionary arrives on a remote island in the Indian Ocean, intent on wiping our fornication among the natives. Instead he incurs a curse that strikes first his dark-skinned...


Symptomatic

by Danzy Senna

A young woman moves to New York City for what promises to be a dream job. Displaced, she feels unsure of her fit in the world. Then comes a look of recognition, a gesture of friendship from an older woman named...


Three Chords, One Song

by Beatrice M. Hogg

After the death of their rock star father from a drug overdose, three very different sisters are forced together to decide what to do with their inheritance. But who was Mik DeSalle? Even though they share blood,...


The Doctor's Wife

by Mildred Riley

How does a woman respond when her husband of twenty-five years asks for a divorce? The phrase "I don't want to live with you anymore" nearly destroyes Leeann. Although heartbroken by her husband's infidelity,...


That Which Has Horns

by Miriam Shumba

That Which Has Horns is a gripping romance about Priscilla, a young woman who tries to understand where she fits in the new Zimbabwe, a nation where there are two types of women. There are those who submit to...


Home Remedies

by Diane Awerbuck

Saartjie Baartman and other ghosts haunt Awerbuck's second novel


The Tower Mill

by James Moloney

A gripping family drama that plays out against a turbulent and controversial political era, this book tells the tale of Susan Kinnane. She is the precocious daughter of conservative parents who spurns the attention...


Ancient Light

by John Banville

The Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sea gives us a brilliant, profoundly moving new novel about an actor in the twilight of his life and his career: a meditation on love and loss, and on the inscrutable...


Allegro Agitato or Neurotically Yours

by Libor Mikeska

A delightfully witty novel of indulgence, wisdom and mystery. Although 'Allegro Agitato or Neurotically Yours' is initially structured around three intrinsically different Australians, who are still overwhelmed...


The Game of Cards

by Adolf Schroder & Andrew Brown

The young student Markus Hauser accepts a job with Selma Bruhns, an elderly Jewish lady who was able to escape the Nazis and the Holocaust only at a terrible cost. When Markus arrives at her decaying, darkened...


All Angels Welcome Here

by Linda Copeland Annis

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Successful and content in every way describes the 1950s world of Brad and Lydia Westbrook. Until their firstborn child died in his sleep at only three days old, the description fits. Their ensuing...


Killer Diller

by Clyde Edgerton

"Wonderful...Clyde Edgerton tells us another of his lovely tall tales."--Los Angeles Times Book Review

Listre, North Carolina, is jumping. The Sears twins, Ted and Ned, who run a Baptist college, have opened...


The Lava in My Bones

by Barry Webster

An extravagant phantasia about a geologist who eats rocks and his sister who oozes honey and has sex with bees.


The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Reader: From Sherlock Holmes to Spiritualism

by Jeffrey Meyers & Valerie Meyers

Sampling works by the creator of Holmes and Watson, this collection features Doyle's detective stories, horror tales, journalism, historical stories, and the complete text of his science-fiction novel The Poison...