Books about East Kent, East Asia, East Prussia and more

Coming soon...

Our latest publications are Message from Captivity, a standalone novel by 'Cairnmor trilogy' author Sally Aviss, another translation from Japanese (this time non-fiction: an academic treatise on the modern dance form Butō), and Skating at the Edge of the Wood, a memoir covering the same East Prussian exodus as our first book, Reflections in an Oval Mirror, but from the perspective of a girl barely into her teens.

 

We have several other books in the pipeline, including our first e-books: Bicycle Beginnings (a mammoth work by Stephen Channing, in a way a sequel to his highly acclaimed Victorian Cyclist), and e-versions of The Call of Cairnmor and Reflections. These are all due to be released on 8 May 2017, nine years after our first book came out.

 

We're also continuning to work on Carpe Diem (the long-awaited sequel to Reflections in an Oval Mirror), but it's still some way in the future.

 

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We are open to approaches regarding new books from authors based in Thanet or the rest of East Kent, authors writing about this area, or literary translators (especially to/from Oriental languages such as Japanese), although many proposals turn out to be unrealistic.