In the precarity of modern urban living, what is it you can really count on? A psychogeographical and utopian project.
A beautiful and brutal metropolis, two brothers and their search for another way of life. A tense and humane coming-of-age novel as brimming with vitality as the city itself.
Ildar Dadin was the first to be convicted for peaceful protest under the new Russian limited right to assemble.
Birgit Virnich, Ildar Dadin
A galvanizing political memoir by leading Kremlin critic Ildar Dadin. For readers of Blain Harden and Raif Badawi.
Memory is a space where lost things are pieced together.
A meditation on how memory works, both culturally and emotionally.
Clothing and furniture have a habit of abruptly multiplying during clear-outs.
Margit Schreiner's new bitter-sharp novel about the imponderabilities of down-sizing.
Sense and Sensuality.
A feather-light dance around the desire for affection, love and art.
An overwhelmingly powerful novel – a story of genius, misguided love, and of a world bracing itself against collapse.
The great Gerhart-Hauptmann novel by Hans Pleschinski.
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 the world.
The story of a family that changes its life radically and comes together in a new way.
A family's radical decision to step away from life as they knew it.