We are flying Tony O'Neill, author of BLACK NEON (which we publish on November 13th), over from New York for a two week book tour of the UK.
Nowhere People by Paulo Scott, translated by Daniel Hahn.
‘A powerful, complex and very ambitious voice. In the contemporary Latin American literature scene, Paulo Scott is a must read.’ -- Juan Pablo Villalobos author of Down the Rabitt Hole.
Benjamin Myers has won the Society of Authors Tom Gallon Trust Award for his short story, ‘The Folk song, singer.’
This is his third national literary award in twelve months.
I will be part of a panel discussing books and words at The MMU Novella Awards on Saturday 12th July.
I will be joined by Alison Moore, whose novel, The Lighthouse was short listed for The Man Booker. Livi Michael, author of The Whispering Road and Nicholas Royle, representing Salt Publishing.
Bluemoose author Michael Stewart will be talking about his award winning novel KING CROW.
The June ACFG Book of the month for June, is WOUNDING by Heidi James.
‘Cora has everything a woman is supposed to want – a career, a caring hsband, children, and a stylish home. Desperate for release and burdened with guilt she falls into a pattern of ever increasing violence and sexual degradation till a one night stand tips her over the edge.’
Wounding explores a woman’s search for redemption, identity and truth.
STRANGER THAN KINDNESS by Mark A Radcliffe is the first Bluemoose title to be sold at UK airports. It is part of WHSmith Travel’s six week Spring promotion, so as you idle the hours away waiting for that flight you can grab Mark’s latest book and like JO BRAND says on the cover, you can ‘ step into an alternative world,’ and one in which she wanted to stay in for a long time.’
If, of course, you’re travelling courtesy of a ‘No frills airline’ and: