A journey through the practice of literary translation.
A witty, refreshing and demystifying book for anyone interested in translation, writing, language and expression.
The basis of a major TV mini-series by Constantin Film.
A great love story, a colourful evocation of Austro-German history and a legendary hotel.
Sense and Sensuality.
A feather-light dance around the desire for affection, love and art.
We've had a visit from elsewhere â€“ from where no one knows.
Experts agree that most of us will have an inexplicable experience at some point in our lives. Yet discussing that sort of thing is taboo.
Memory is a space where lost things are pieced together.
A meditation on how memory works, both culturally and emotionally.
The fate of the world is inextricably tied to the emancipation of women.
An authentic record of women's cultural history, told through the lives of some of the most remarkable women since modernity.
'Essay': writing form or attempt?
A personal and critical account of the essay genre - its history, possibilities and contradictions.
Are you sure you would have followed your moral compass?
Brunhilde Pomsel and Thore D. Hansen
»We didn't know«, says Brunhilde Pomsel, former secretary to Nazi minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels.
In the precarity of modern urban living, what is it you can really count on? A psychogeographical and utopian project.
In the midst of the bitterness there was a countervailing hope, however naïve, that a time of crisis could offer an opportunity for change.
Ildar Dadin was the first to be convicted for peaceful protest under the new Russian limited right to assemble.
Birgit Virnich and Ildar Dadin
A galvanizing political memoir by leading Kremlin critic Ildar Dadin. For readers of Blain Harden and Raif Badawi.
Gender equality from a man's perspective.
Men: fragile and split heroes. An in-depth examination of the foundations of masculinity, its origins and primary characteristics.
You have two bodies. One is where you are, the other one is all over the place.
On a small scale, our body is delimited by our own skin. On a larger scale, boundaries are dissolved and our bodies constantly make an impact on ...
Join the ride.
A burlesque speedy downhill ride into Romanian history.
Meet the German Edward Snowden of 1943.
During one of history's darkest chapters, one man is determined to make a difference.
A modern rural portrait of society against the background of late summer Mecklenburg, East Germany.
Boundaries and crossing borders, rural exodus and precarious environments, existential fear and the longing for freedom.
An ambitious and delirious mind-game across all genres.
When a French philosopher dies, a fictional Simon Critchley discovers an unpublished work of his predicting the deaths of various philosophers. ...
A story of grief, being alone, moving on and acceptance.
J. Paul Henderson
When widower Larry MacCabe adopts a basset hound, he has no idea how quickly life is going to spin out of control.
Where would our culture be if nobody took the risk of coming across as pretentious?
From an art critic, a fun and well-argued case for the re-evaluation of pretentiousness as an essential mechanism of diversity and innovation.
How much time do you have left?
A gripping novel about loss, anxiety and the fight against time.
What does it mean to be a freak? Do we live in a time of monstrosity?
A provocative salute to the unconventional in a young, shape-shifting voice.
Liked 'The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared'?
A brilliant, funny and heartbreaking novel about immortal love, a malignant illness and true friendship.