Edward Thomas is revered as a poet yet almost forgotten as a writer of fiction. This revelatory new book of Thomas' short stories is a small collection of neglected treasures. Find out more.
First published in the 1950's, the novel Sigh For A Strange Land is a powerful story about refugees in Eastern Europe. Funny, tense, heartbreaking, it tells the story of Resi, Boris and the redoubtable Aunt Natasha, who find themselves adrift in Europe with just their wits - and their love for one another - to sustain them. Find out more.
The route to publishing the novel Sigh For A Strange Land was so unexpected, we wrote a talk about it. Perfect for all bibliophiles The Book From Nowhere is being toured around bookshops and festivals next year. Find out more.
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