Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize

27 May 2015

Two books shortlisted!

Nick Caistor and Lorenza Garcia have been shortlisted for their translation of Talking to Ourselves, which the judges described as “a rich, moving conversation from individual accounts of three distinct but intertwined relations”.

Paul Vincent has been shortlisted for his translation of While the Gods Were Sleeping, which the judges called “a poetic and evocative reflection on the memory of the First World War and its subtle, and at times half-recognised, impact on everyday lives”.

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Pushkin Press Student Illustration Award: and the winner is…

14 May 2015

Eilidh Baker
Falmouth University
BA (Hons) Illustration

The judges said of the winning illustration: “We felt that this wonderfully stylized and enigmatic portrait answered the brief brilliantly. It evokes the period with subtlety, and the use of colour is perfectly judged.”

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Two books on the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize shortlist

14 May 2015

Erwin Mortier and Tomás González both on the shortlist

While the Gods Were Sleeping, translated by Paul Vincent, and In the Beginning Was the Sea, translated by Frank Wynne, have both been shortlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize.

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PUSHKIN VERTIGO ARRIVES

16 Mar 2015

We are delighted to announce the launch of PUSHKIN VERTIGO, our brand new crime imprint. Starting in September 2015 the imprint will publish crime classics from around the world, focusing on tours-de-force works written between the 1920s and 1970s by international masters of the genre, with spine-tingling jackets designed by Jamie Keenan.

Collect them all, and create your dream (or should that be ‘nightmare’?) library of enjoyable, gripping and classy mysteries and thrillers…

Click on the link below to find out more. If, that is, you dare.

Yes, I dare.

Two PP titles on 2015 IFFP Longlist

12 Mar 2015

Two Pushkin Press books have made the 2015 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize Longlist of 15 titles. Both novels are concerned with lives irrevocably changed – one set in Colombia in the 1970s, the other in early twentieth-century Belgium: (more…)

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