Best New Fiction is a monthly segment dedicated to highlighting the most interesting and noteworthy releases that will be published over the next thirty days.
Every two years it rolls around. Yes my friends, it’s time once again for the Man Booker International Prize. £60,000 will go to one writer to celebrate their achievements in fiction writing. Who will it be?
Every year when this prize’s shortlist announcement lands on our Twitter feed I immediately end up pulling a Marlon Brando, screaming its name at the top of my lungs, and frightening everyone in the immediate vicinity. What can say? I have bad impulse control.
Recently Pushkin House, the UK centre dedicated to showcasing Russian culture, with a focus on Anglo-Russian cultural exchange, announced the short list for their annual £5,000 non-fiction prize.
Critical Era is a free online contemporary fiction book club that meets with up and coming authors on a monthly basis to discuss their work.
We’re pleased to announce that our June 2014 read will be author Tom Rachman’s second novel, The Rise & Fall of Great Powers: