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Weekly Publicity Bulletin

17th September 2018

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Soho Press

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Featured books: Where the Dead Sit Talking, £20.99 & Don't Eat Me £19.99

Where the Dead Sit Talking by Brandon Hobson has been longlisted for the National Book Award for Fiction.

Colin Cotterill's Don't Eat Me was covered in CrimeReview.

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Riverhead

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Featured Book: The Friend, £20.99

Sigrid Nunez's The Friend has been longlisted for the National Book Award for Fiction.

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Europa

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Featured books: Disoriental, £12.99; Trick, £11.99; The Hazards of Good Fortune, £14.99 & The Lost Daughter, £19.99

Europa editions have two books longlisted for the National Book Award for Translated Literature this year; Negar Djavadi's Disoriental and Domenico Starnone's Trick. The Hazards of Good Fortune was reviewed in Shiny New Books and Tripfiction.

Elsewhere, BookRiot have shared the news that Maggie Gyllenhaal is set to write and direct an adaptation of Elena Ferrante's The Lost Daughter. Elena also wrote candidly about her difficulty speaking in public and giving interviews in her latest Guardian column.

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World Editions

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Featured book: Always Another Country, £11.99

The Financial Times called Sisonke Msmimang's Always Another Country 'a unique perspective on South Africa's recent history' in their review.

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New Internationalist

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Featured book: A New Jerusalem, £12.99

Paul Gravett called A New Jerusalem 'A beautifully-crafted portrayal of PTSD and the consequences it can have on everyone around the person affected' in his roundup of 'Top 25 Graphic Novels, Comics and Manga for September 2018'.

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Oldcastle

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Featured books: Paris in the Dark, £11.99; Bellevue Square, £8.99 & Gangster Nation £8.99

The Wall Street Journal described Paris in the Dark as being 'reminiscent of W. Somerset Maugham's World War 1 espionage tales' in their review. Meanwhile, Michael Redhill appeared on The Joined Up Writing Podcast to talk Bellevue Square, and Gangster Nation author Tod Goldberg wrote about crime fiction and gangster rap for CrimeReads.

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New Vessel

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Featured book: What's Left of the Night, £12.99

What's Left of the Night was included in The Times' historical fiction roundup, and was also covered on The History Girls.

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NBM

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Featured books: The Silent Invasion, £14.99; The Provocative Colette, £21.99 & Girl in Dior, £25.99

The Silent Invasion was reviewed on NJ.com, while two Annie Goetzinger titles, The Provocative Colette and Girl in Dior, were covered by The Herald and Bungalower respectively.

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Myriad

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Featured book: Be With: Letters to a Carer, £8.99

Be With: Letters to a Carer was covered by Kirkus Reviews recently, as well as in Literary Review of Canada and Toronto Star.

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Hoxton Mini Press

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Featured book: The Crash, £14.95

Images from Stephen McLaren's The Crash were featured in this weekend's Financial Times article on the 2008 global financial crisis.

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ECW

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Featured books: Nobody Cares, £11.99; No Good Asking, £11.99 & Creating the Mania, £19.99

Nobody Cares was covered in a number of outlets in the past few weeks, including Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, Bustle and Vulture.

No Good Asking was reviewed in Canadian Living, while Creating the Mania received coverage from Mouth Review, The Rack Radio, Still Real to Us and Cageside Seats.

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Sentinel

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Featured book: Contempt, £23.99

Contempt has had a major run on press of late, with coverage in the Guardian, Business Insider, Yahoo News, as well as two articles in The Daily Mail. Author Ken Starr was also interviewed on Newsnight.

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Text

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Featured books: Anaesthesia, £12.99; Amal Unbound, £6.99; The Cage, £10.99 & The Death of Noah Glass, £10.99

Anaesthesia was covered in The New Yorker and Anaesthesia Intensive Care Journal recently, while Amal Unbound was reviewed by Book Trust UK. Lloyd Jones' The Cage was reviewed in The Guardian, and The Death of Noah Glass received press from Sydney Review of Books and A Life in Books.

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Dedalus

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Featured books: Slav Sisters, £12.99

Slav Sisters was covered by Russian Art & Culture, as well as on Boris Drayluk's Blog and Buzz Magazine.

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Dokument

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Featured books:Yakuza Tattoo, £14.99 & Ouff! £24.99

Andreas Johansson's Yakuza Tattoo was recently featured in Japan Times. Ouff! was covered by Edizioni del Frisco.

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Bitter Lemon

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Featured books: The First Prehistoric Serial Killer, £8.99 & The Cold Summer, £8.99

The First Prehistoric Serial Killer has had a glowing review in The Times, with the writer saying 'Just as you think there cannot be yet another funny twist, Solana comes up with three more, each more outrageous than its predecessor.'

The Cold Summer was reviewed in Shots Mag and by Nudge Book. The latter also ran an interview with author Gianrico Carofiglio.

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Melville House

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Featured books: You Have the Right to Remain Fat, £7.99 & They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us, £9.99

Virgie Tovar's You Have the Right To Remain Fat was reviewed in TLS, while They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us by Hanif Abdurraqib was covered in The Quietus.

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The Dome Press

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Featured book: What Was Lost, £8.99

The blog tour for What Was Lost kicked off this week, with coverage on Crime Book Junkie, amwbooks, elementaryvwatson, and Bookmark That among others.

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Turnaround in The Bookseller

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Nonfiction - December 2018

▪ The Barefoot Woman, £13.99 (Archipelago)
▪ Kathy Acker: The Last Interview, £12.99 (Melville House)
▪ Advertising Shits in Your Head, £12.99 (PM Press)
The Barefoot Woman, £13.99 (Archipelago)
Kathy Acker: The Last Interview, £12.99 (Melville House)
Advertising Shits in Your Head, £12.99 (PM Press)
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Event Diary

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Nick Triplow at Bloody Scotland

Sat 22nd September

Nick Triplow will take part in a discussion about the legacy of Brit noir. Further details here.

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Teresa Solana at Bloody Scotland

Sun 23rd September

Further details here.

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Elizabeth Haynes launch invitation free
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Andrée Michaud at Festival America

Tues 25th September, 12pm

Andrée Michaud will be participating in a brunch discussion on 'Canadian Women from West to East'. Details here.

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Michael Farris Smith at Festival America

Tues 25th September, 6:30pm

Michael will be appearing on a panel about crime and the violent underbelly of North America. Further details here.

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Michael Redhill at Festival America

Weds 26th September, 6:30pm

Michael Redhill will appear on a panel of prize-winning Canadian authors, with further details here.

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Christopher Nicholson at Golden Hare Books

Weds 3rd October

Christopher will be speaking about Among the Summer Snows. Further details here.

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The Mental Load Launch at Waterstones Gower Street

Tues 25th October

Further details here.

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