International Women's Day

We would like to honour today's International Women's Day by sharing with you some of our books by some of our female writers. Since today is the International Women's Day, we would like to share with you few of the works written by some of the female writters in our catalogue. We hope these titles […]

'Prosopagnosia' at The Times

Reviews by Siobhan Murphy Prosopagnosia by Sònia Hernández, translated by Samuel Rutter Scribe, 128pp; £12.99 This short, strange story about the slippery nature of truth takes a lot of unpacking, even down to its title (prosopagnosia is the medical term for “face blindness”). Berta is 15 and convinced that she deserves only to have ugly […]

'Prosopagnosia' by Sònia Hernández at Publishers Weekly

In Hernández’s beguiling and uneven English-language debut, a troubled teenage girl and her mother are drawn in by a famous Mexican painter in contemporary Spain. After Berta, 15, faints at her school in front of a painting brought in by a classmate’s father who claims to be famous painter Vicente Rojo, the artist walks her […]