In new review, Publishers Weekly commends Ivo de Figueiredo’s forthcoming memoir A Stranger at My Table: “Figueiredo’s touching, contemplative chronicle of loss and self-discovery documents his Norwegian childhood, adult reconciliation with… Read more Publishers Weekly gives early praise for A Stranger at My Table →
In a new article for The Believer, writer Rayyan Al-Shawaf discusses two books that explore the predicament of the Palestinian writer caught between “Israel’s matrix of repression” as well as… Read more The Believer examines a Palestinian writer’s dilemma in A Rebel in Gaza →
“In a manner that put me in mind of John Berger’s novel Here is Where We Meet, Ivo de Figueiredo looks back without anger but with an astonishing compassion at… Read more Renowned writer Jerry Pinto endorses A Stranger at My Table →
Selma Carvalho, author of Goan Pioneers of East Africa, meditates on feminist themes, toxic masculinity and the complexities of the Goan diaspora in Ivo de Figueiredo’s memoir, A Stranger at My Table: “It’s… Read more Early praise from Goan voices for A Stranger at My Table →
Happy International Women’s Day! As a publishing company powered by women, we have a mission to feature female authors. In honor of today, we are celebrating someone who inspires our work:… Read more Women’s Review of Books: Asmaa al-Ghoul’s memoir builds bridges in a time of conflicts and war →
The writing is lyrical, sensuous, animated by Latin passion and flights of the imagination. […] This style sets Malva apart.
We are honored that Malva, by Hagar Peeters and translated by Vivien D. Glass, made World Literature Today‘s 75 Notable Translations of 2018! “Translation across borders embodies resistance. [This list honors]… Read more Top translations distinction for Malva in World Literature Today →
In “A Cornucopia of Books,” Sheldon Kirshner reviews A Rebel in Gaza: “Asmaa al-Ghoul, a Palestinian journalist and human rights activist living in France, and Selim Nassib, a Lebanese journalist… Read more The Times of Israel includes A Rebel in Gaza in end-of-year book list →