Saqi Books is to publish a "taboo-smashing" collection of work by Arab women writing about love and lust.
Head of Edinburgh International Book Festival Nick Barley has warned of the “irretrievable damage to Britain” by the current visa system, following publishers’ concerns for the free... Read more
Publishers have spoken out about the increasing problems of authors getting visas for international travel—both when coming to the UK and when making certain trips... Read more
Actress and campaigner Emma Watson has selected an anthology dispelling myths about Muslim women, The Things I Would Tell You (Saqi Books), as the next... Read more
Saqi Books is publishing a newly discovered collection of short stories by the late author Naguib Mahfouz, who won the 1988 Nobel Prize for Literature.... Read more
Saqi imprint The Westbourne Press has bought world English rights to Smashing It: Working Class Artists on Life, Art and Making It Happen, edited by... Read more
Saqi Books, which focuses on books on the Middle East and North Africa in the English language, has had to reassert its niche in the... Read more
Publisher Saqi Books has added its voice to calls for Thomson Airways to apologise after a British woman was detained after reading one of its... Read more
Saqi Books is to publish Don't Panic, I'm Islamic: Extreme Vetting, NOW!, a satirical book that claims to provide the answers to "all your burning... Read more
Independent publishers have been “spurred on” to continue producing works that give a voice to silenced nations following President Trump's controversial "travel ban".