HOT OFF THE PRESSES! Our new novel, Fish: A History of One Migration, written by Peter Aleshkovsky and translated by Nina Shevchuk-Murray, has just arrived from the printer. They did a wonderful job and Fish will start shipping tomorrow morning. Fish is a mesmerizing novel about the life journey of a selfless Russian everywoman. Shortlisted for the prestigious Russian Booker Prize, Fish is an expansive, gripping, often controversial story of the intimate fallout of imperial collapse, from one of modern Russia's most important writers. If you didn't pre-order a copy, no worries. You can easily zip on over to our webstore and get yourself a copy right now. Plenty of Fish in our freezer! And, if you would like to find out more about the book, and about Peter's work in general, be sure to pop over to his website. A highlight there is an interview between author and translator of Fish.
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