As we celebrate our second birthday we would like to thank all our friends for supporting us over the past two years. We have brought you a mix of titles from all over the world which we hope you’ve enjoyed. We hope you particularly like our two printed titles, The Cost of Sugar by Cynthia McLeod and Tula-The Revolt by Jeroen Leinders, both translated from Dutch. The films of both titles are still doing the rounds of festivals so we hope you’ll get the opportunity to see them in your local cinemas once they’re on general release. We’re rounding-off the year with the publication of CLR James – Cricket’s Philosopher King by Dave Renton due 21 November.
Highlights for 2014, include a new novel by Balraj Khanna, called Indian Magic, about sixties London and the newly arrived hero, with all his uncertainty in what is an alien life and city, and from the author of A Pair of Jeans, Qaisra Shahraz, another exciting collection of short stories. If you’re a crime fan, you’ll love the two crime novels from Sylvester Young, Sleeping Dog Lie and Love, Lies and Bleeding. We are also delighted to welcome Avantika Hari Agrawal and her novel, Land Gold Women, a follow up to her film of the same title.