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Christopher Nicholson

Winter

"Winter" is quietly intelligent and compassionate, but what stands out most is that it is gorgeously, gorgeously written in prose so elegantly crafted that it becomes, paradoxically, almost invisible.” —The New York Times

Joan London

The Golden Age

Watch the book trailer for Joan London's new novel, The Golden Age.

Chantel Acevedo

The Distant Marvels

“Here is a generous slice of Cuba’s national epic, delivered by a mesmerizing tale spinner.”—Madison Smartt Bell

Authors by region

Across the Globe

Discover Europa’s titles & authors by continent

Europa Editions is dedicated to bridging cultural divides by introducing fresh international voices into the North American and British marketplaces. Explore our diverse catalog by region and take in what the world has to offer.

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World Noir

  • Maurizio de Giovanni

    Darkness for the Bastards of Pizzofalcone

    2016, pp. 336, $ 17.00
    A kidnapped child and the burglary of a high-class apartment: two crimes that seem to have no connection at all until Inspector Lojacono, known as...
  • Massimo Carlotto

    For All the Gold in the World

    2016, pp. 160, $ 15.00
    In Northeast Italy, Marco Buratti, alias "the Aligator," is investigating a botched robbery that ended in a brutal murder. His client is just twelve...
  • Robert Wilson

    Stealing People

    2016, pp. 384, $ 17.00
    In the latest entry in Robert Wilson’s acclaimed Charlie Boxer series, a convincing web of international intrigue unravels in a world where heroism...
  • Tim Baker

    Fever City

    2016, pp. 400, $ 18.00
    1960s Los Angeles: a detective searches for the kidnapped child of one of America's richest men, while a notorious hit man's story unfolds in the...

News

  • A Celebration of Sergio Y.

    Join us and author Alexandre Vidal Porto at Three Lives & Co. to celebrate SERGIO Y.!
  • Sergio Y is a PW Pick!

    Alexandre Vidal Porto's novel SERGIO Y. has been selected by Publishers Weekly editors as a Book of the Week for the week of May 9, 2016.
  • Fall 2016 Catalog

    Check out what Europa has in store for Fall 2016!

Recent reviews

  • "It is, unfortunately, never a bad time to discuss the persistence of violence committed against women, and the perceived ownership of women’s bodies. Wood comes at the issue with a fresh, thrilling perspective..."
    — Huffington Post, Jun 8 2016
  • "[THE NATURAL WAY OF THINGS] is allegory at its best, a phantasmagoric portrait of modern culture's sexual politics textured by psychological realism and sparing lyricism."
    — Publishers Weekly, Jun 6 2016
  • The Natural Way of Things is both harrowing and gorgeous. [...] I feel as if I’ve been witness to the most terrible injustice, but also the most astonishing beauty.
    — Fiona McFarlane, author of THE HIGH PLACES, Jun 1 2016
  • [Ferrante's] "evocation of the devastating work conditions in a sausage factory where Lila labored recalls Zola; her examination of Nino Sarratore’s ambitious rise from the provinces to political prominence in Rome owes something to Balzac."
    — New York Review of Books, May 26 2016
  • "The desire to find oneself is central to Vidal Porto’s characters. In his second novel, Sergio Y., published in English this month by Europa Editions, the titular character chooses to leave São Paulo for New York and change his name to Sandra."
    — BOMB Magazine, May 11 2016
  • “The Man Who Snapped His Fingers is a touching story about the enigmatic human soul and our interrelated fates that needs to be read and reflected on.”
    — World Literature Today, May 6 2016
  • "Life, Only Better is indeed that: slices of life with the richness of experience turned up."
    — World Literature Today, May 6 2016
  • "How do we make sense of changes in others that upset the ways we understand ourselves? This question hangs over Sergio Y., a slim novel from Brazil that received the Paraná Literary Prize."
    — World Literature Today, May 6 2016