Congratulations to Ted Gorton, author of Only The Dead, for being shortlisted among London’s literati!
The Authors’ Club announced the shortlist for the annual Best First Novel Award 2020 yesterday. The shortlisted titles are as follows, with the judges’ assessments:
In the light of the Coronavirus outbreak, like many other independent publishers, we have had to suspend some of our scheduled publications for the time being. MEMORIES by Naim Attallah, SIXTY SOMETHINGS by Nicola Madge and Paul Hoggart, THE SINS OF G. K. CHESTERTON by Richard Ingr
Beyond Black There is No Colour The Story of Forough Farrokhzad reviewed by New York Times writer, Farah Nayeri
Iran’s Poet of Female Desire, Forough Farrokhzad, is celebrated in a novel by Maryam Diener
Beyond Black There Is No Color: The Story of Forough Farrokhzad is written in the first person, as if narrated by Forough herself, in a loose diary style.
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Do book prizes count these days, other than boosting book sales and giving literary book chatterers something to chat about?
Whatever your point of view, when it comes to contemporary fiction, it’s an honour just to be nominated.
So Quartet’s author T.J. Gorton
Maryam’s Diener’s latest novel BEYOND BLACK THERE IS NO COLOUR is published on 27 February. With the rise of mainstream feminist-oriented publishing and the debate around fourth-wave feminism being very much in the zeitgeist, the time is right to (re)introduce the Irani
Last night Quartet Books launched Beyond Black There Is No Colour, Maryam Diener’s wonderful exploration of the life of legendary Iranian poet Forough Farrokhzad. At Thomas Heneage’s renowned bookshop, Chairman of Quartet Naim Attallah paid tribute to Maryam with the fo
Only the Dead: A Levantine Tragedy by T. J. Gorton
PB • 216x138mm (with flaps) • £12 • Fiction (F) • 9780704374607 • £14 • Quartet Books
Only the Dead: A Levantine Tragedy is also, by chance, the creation of an American with long experience of the language, life and