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The Face is a lush work of art that teems with original and profound insights into the role of race, culture, and language in fashioning our sense of self. Abani’s writing is poetic, filled with stories, jokes, and reflections that draw readers into his fold; he invites them to explore their own “faces” and the experiences that have shaped them.

“Chris Abani might be the most courageous writer working right now. There is no subject matter he finds daunting, no challenge he fears. Aside from that, he’s stunningly prolific and writes like an angel. If you want to get at the molten heart of contemporary fiction, Abani is the starting point.”

—Dave Eggers




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The story of the Jodorowskys’ emigration to Chile from the Ukraine, Where the Bird Sings Best explores family legends, the turmoil of history, Jewish philosophy, political violence, mysticism, passion, lust, loss, and the joyful absurdity of everyday life. A sui generis epic, Jodorowsky’s novel expands the classic immigration story to mythic proportions.

“This epic family saga, reminiscent of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Cien anos de soledad (One Hundred Years of Solitude) in structure and breadth, reads at a breakneck pace. Though ostensibly a novelization of the author's own family history, it is a raucous carnival of the surreal, mystical, and grotesque.”

Publishers Weekly



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The brilliant travel narrative by the author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman that inspired the Romantic poets William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With a new introduction by acclaimed travel author and novelist Joanna Kavenna, Mary Wollstonecraft's remarkable Letters will enchant a new generation of readers and world travelers.

"This collection brings to life the radical writer of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, proving she was a strident, independent force in deeds as well as words.”

—Katie Toms, The Observer

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An unforgettable window onto the Mexican Revolution and portrait of one of the country's most beloved heroes. With stunning illustrations by the artist Eko, Paco Ignacio Taibo II brings his tremendous storytelling skills to bear in this remarkable graphic novel. 

"Like never before, maverick Mexican novelist, Paco Ignacio Taibo II, and visual virtuoso, Eko, bring to kinetic life a pivotal moment in Villa’s against-the-odds, David-Goliath battles with sitting oppressors—one that returned the power to the Mexican people."

—Frederick Luis Aldama, author of Your Brain on Latino Comics

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After the partition of India and the creation of Pakistan in 1947, a legendary wrestler and an aging courtesan face the catastrophe of history. Shortlisted for The Man Asian Literary Prize.

"The most poignant, subtle, moving novel I have read in the past few years from this, or any, region.”

Caravan Magazine

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The first novel to appear in English from a contemporary Polish science fiction master, Nest of Worlds is a riveting and mind-bending tour through the nature of narrative, reality, love, and the darkest aspects of human nature.

"A masterwork not of science fiction, but of Polish fiction." 

3:AM Magazine


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The revolutionary work from Iran's leading intellectual and firebrand—now in English for the first time. The Israeli Republic should be required reading for Israelis, Iranians, and anyone interested in the ongoing conflict between them.

"My intellectual hero."

—Reza Aslan, author of Zealot and No god but God


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Born from a Siberian woman and an African athlete who came to compete in the 1980 Moscow Olympics, Mbobo navigates the complexities of being a fatherless, mixed-raced boy in the shaky terrain of the Soviet Union in the years before its collapse. 

"One of the best Russian novels of the 21st century.” 

Continent Magazine