New words – new books

To accompany the New Words Festival you’ll find a new collection of books in each Time to Read library service. All the books are available to reserve and borrow from your local libraries or to buy from the publishers. Visit the publisher’s websites to buy the books; Carcanet, Comma Press, Dead Ink Books, KFS Press and Saraband.


Here’s the list in full:

Protest: Stories of Resistance edited by Ra Page (Comma)
Letters Home by Martyn Bedford (Comma)
Water Shall Refuse Them by Lucie McKnight Hardy (Dead Ink)
Please Read This Leaflet Carefully by Karen Harvelin (Dead Ink)
Anne Bronte Reimagined by Adelle Hay (Saraband)
Incandescent by Anna Levin (Saraband)
Many Red Fish by Steve Spence (KFS Press)
Riverrun by Alan Baker (KFS Press)
Now We Can Talk Openly About Men by Martina Evans (Carcanet)
Girl by Rebecca Goss (Carcanet)
Exit Management by Naomi Booth (Dead Ink)
In a Veil of Mist Donald S Murray (Saraband)
Charlotte Brontë Revisited: A view from the twenty-first century by Sophie Franklin
Emily Brontë Reappraised: A view from the twenty-first century by Dr Claire O’Callaghan
Love Like Blood Sascha A Akhtar (KFS Press)
High Erratic Ecology Julia Rose (KFS Press)
Resist: Stories of Uprising (History-into-Fiction) (Comma)
The Sea Cloak by Nayrouz Qarmout (Comma)
New Poetries VIII: An Anthology Edited by Michael Schmidt and John McAuliffe (Carcanet)
Letters to America by Fred D’Aguiar (Carcanet)