“Coming May 21”
Not Quite Right for Us
a singular collection of stories, essays and poems by a dynamic mix of established and surging voices alike, edited by Sharmilla Beezmohun and including Linton Kwesi Johnson, Aminatta Forna, Xiaolu Guo, Johny Pitts, Rishi Dastidar, Tim Wells and Rafeef Ziadah
As part of our 20th Anniversary celebrations, we are re-issuing three of our best selling fiction titles.
29 Ways to Drown by Niki Aguirre
Breathe by leila Segal, and
Heritage of Secrets by Aoife Mannix are getting a bold new look come May 13.
“hauntingly beautiful ”
His Father’s Disease
His Father’s Disease is a work of fine literary sleight of hand, weaving tales that immerse you deep in Assamese realities only to pull you up – inexorably – into the stiff wind of global India.
20 years of flipped eye: A month of celebrations
May 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of flipped eye publishing. For our anniversary month, we are planning brand book releases, digital events, fiction re-issues, a virtual bookshop tour, and more. Flagship anthology The flagship title celebrating flipped eye’s 20th anniversary will be Not Quite Right for Us: Forty Writers Speak Volumes (out 21st May), a […]
flipped eye awarded Elevate funding by Arts Council
We are pleased to reveal that we have been awarded funding under the Arts Council’s ELEVATE programme to support us in transforming into a robust, enduring entity. Much of the funding will go towards administrative work, freeing up our editors to bring you more great books. We will also be working towards a beautiful new […]
Un Nuevo Sol one of White Review’s books of the Year
We were very pleased to learn by Twitter (though our very own co-editor!) that poet and critic, Sandeep Parmar, named Un Nuevo Sol as one of her books of 2019 in The White Review. It’s a book that was so rewarding to edit and is proving just as delicious to read and re-read.
Terminal Romance introduces incorrigible romantics, cyber stalkers, foot fetishists, love-struck professors and reality-impaired pessimists. Niki Aguirre’s remarkable eye and unwavering prose imbue each character in this collection with compelling humanity, illustrating with poetic subtlety our innate need to reach out and connect at all costs.