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Fall 2021

This season includes the paperback releases of Elena Ferrante’s latest New York Times best-selling novel, and Joseph O’Connor’s prize-winning Shadowplay. New fiction by National Book Award-shortlisted author, Domenico Starnone, translated by Jhumpa Lahiri; the final, fantastic installment in the Mirror Visitor saga by Christelle Dabos; and a collaboration from the grave, between the “father of Tartan noir” William McIlvanney and New York Times best-selling mystery author, Ian Rankin. On the Compass list, a beguiling history fo spaghetti with tomato sauce and a new perspective on Mary Magdalene. There’s much, much more as we at Europa continue to invite readers to reach out and read the world. Now more than ever!

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Spring/Summer 2021

Our Spring/Summer season at Europa is a marvelous cornucopia of literary riches. Bestselling author Mieko Kawakami (Breasts and Eggs, 2020) returns with a new, timely and timeless novel entitled Heaven. Booker Prize finalist Damon Galgut brings us a literary gem with The Promise. Belgian-born superstar Amelie Nothomb takes autofiction to new heights with her funny, moving first-person tale of Jesus. Alan Parks, the brightest star in the tartan noir universe, returns to Europa with Bobby March Will Live Forever. Plus new novels by Catherine Chidgey and Herve Le Corre, stunning debuts by Maki Kashimada, Kavita Bedford, and Sacha Nives, and two new titles in our Passenger series. Europa Compass, our nonfiction imprint, goes from strength to strength with three new titles this season, books that will provoke, inform, and entertain. Enjoy!

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Winter 2021

Winter at Europa Editions brings a new title in The Passenger Series, this one addressing the chimerical geopolitical giant, Turkey; excellent historical fiction with Lia Levi’s WWII story of a Jewish family during the Fascist regime in Italy; a darkly humorous new novel by Europa favorite Alina Bronsky; and a momentous work of gothic fiction by novelist Ben Hopkins, whose Cathedral is an cinematic, immersive story of ambition, politics, love, and the rise of the mercantile class in 12th and 13th century Germany. And much more…

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Fall 2020

Elena Ferrante’s first new novel in five years, The Lying Life of Adults, is undoubtedly “the literary event of the year” (ELLE Magazine). Europa’s nonfiction series Compass continues to grow with timely, accessible, and intelligent nonfiction from all corners of the world, of special note this season is Renzo and Carlo Piano’s Atlantis. By Christelle Dabos, the third gripping installment in the best-selling Mirror Visitor quartet, a brilliant imagined fantasy series for readers of all ages, The Memory of Babel. Plus, quality fiction from Britain (Tim Finch’s Peace Talks and Karen Powell’s The River Within), France (My Devotion), and a new installment in The Passenger: Brazil.

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Spring 2020

In this catalog, Joseph O’Connor’s Shadowplay (“O’Connor’s magnificent novel does even more than fly, it soars.”—Michael Dirda, The Washington Post), Ian Williams’ Giller Prize-winning debut novel and Indie Next List pick, Reproduction (“This gorgeous novel vibrates with life…Stylistically inventive and narratively compelling, Reproduction is stunning.”—Aminatta Forna) and “rising star” Mieko Kawakami’s stunning Breasts and Eggs (“A feminist masterwork.”—Entertainment Weekly). Plus, introducing The Passenger, an upmarket, beautifully produced, fully illustrated new series from Europa published as a co-edition with our friends at Iperborea in Italy. And more…

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