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The fourth installment of Seven Ships Maritime History series.
About the author: Kevin Jackson is a prolific writer, broadcaster and film-maker. His previous books include Constellation of Genius: 1922 and All That Jazz (Farrar Strauss Giroux), Humphrey Jennings (Picador) among others. He lives in Cambridge, England.
Wife with Knife
Winner of the Leapfrog Global Fiction Prize 2020.
Wife with Knife is a collection of quick and quirky short stories, that are an utter delight.
About the author: MOLLY GILES is the award-winning author of six story collections and one novel. Most recently. Rough Translations won The Flannery O’Connor Prize, the Boston Globe Award, and The Bay Area Book Reviewers’ Award; Creek Walk won The Small Press Best Fiction Award, the California Commonwealth Silver Medal for Fiction, and was a New York Times Notable Book; Bothered won the Split Oak Press Flash Fiction Award; and All The Wrong Places won the Spokane Prize for Fiction. Her work has also earned The O. Henry Award and the Pushcart Prize, and she has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Marin Arts Council, and the Arkansas Arts Council.
In this unforgettable dual memoir of her parents’ lives and her own, Caroline Heller brings to life the lost world of European café culture, and reminds us of the sustaining power of literature in the most challenging of times. Written with sensitivity and grace, Reading Claudius is a profound meditation on the ways we strive to solve the mysteries of our pasts, and a window into understanding the ones we love.
About the author: CAROLINE HELLER is the director of the interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Educational Studies at Lesley University, where she is also a professor in the graduate school of education. She lives in Boston with her family.
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