A personal dictionary of the Japanese language and a speculative history of Goddess cultures are some of the works battling it out for the 2019 Fitzcarraldo Editions... Read more
Indie publishers and Burley Fisher Bookshop in Hackney, east London have raised £932 for local charity North London Action for the Homeless, with plans for... Read more
Fitzcarraldo Editions has acquired the first book in 20 years by “pioneering” music critic Ian Penman, charting innovation by black musicians and the white ones... Read more
Books from Fitzcarraldo Editions, Tilted Axis Press and Peirene Press have been shortlisted for the €20,000 EBRD Literature Prize.
Fitzcarraldo Editions will publish the “exciting and ambitious” novelist Adania Shibli as its first Arabic-language author next year.
Irish-Canadian writer Joanna Pocock has scooped the £3,000 Fitzcarraldo Editions Essay Prize for her work exploring communities and their relationships with the changing landscapes of... Read more
Olga Tokarczuk has become the first Polish author to scoop the £50,000 Man Booker International Prize for Flights, "brilliantly translated" by Jennifer Croft and published... Read more
Fitzcarraldo Editions has signed a novel about resistance and political activism in Putin's Russia by Keith Gessen, titled A Terrible Country.... Read more
A former diplomat from Beirut and an arts professional have opened up a French-English bookshop in London’s East End.
Katy Whitehead has won the 2017 Fitzcarraldo Editions Essay Prize.