“a tour de force of intelligence, passion, pain, memory and language”
Overrun by wild boars
A precocious debut, brimming with inquisitive energy and sharp insight. Overrun by wild boars is a search for intimacy and strength in the face of persecution and trauma
“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.
flipped eye welcomes editorial intern
We are delighted to announce our search for a new editor is over. Please join us in welcoming Lana Hughes to the phenomenal #FECrew. An artist and writer from Hertfordshire, Lana studied Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art, where she developed a particular interest in poetry and video art. Her reading and research interests include science fiction, […]
Calling black UK-based poets
If you’re a UK-based Black poet of African descent, we want to hear from you. flipped eye is looking to publish a new poetry anthology Before Them, We – to published in 2022. Edited by Jacob Sam-La Rose and curated by Ruth Sutoyé, ‘Before Them, We‘ will explore the lives of grandparents and elders before the families […]
Coming this Summer: New releases and a new imprint
This summer, flipped eye is publishing three poetry collections by some the most exciting voices in the international poetry landscape – Eleanor Penny, Louisa Adjoa Parker and Maia Elsner – as well as a breath-taking theatrical play by Gabriel Gbadamosi reframing Britain’s role in the abolition of slavery. In addition we are launching a new […]
Un Nuevo Sol: British LatinX Writers
Un Nuevo Sol is the first major anthology of UK-based writers of Latin American heritage; a vibrant, new vanguard in British literature. The work featured here includes fiction, poetry and theatre that exhibits the stunning fluidity with which the writers inhabit their hybrid heritage.