The blog tour celebrating the UK publication of Gary Barker's The Museum of Lost Love has successfully come to a close! Check out all of our great reviews from our bloggers below. Monday 7 Oct   Bella Jones @BellaOJonesTues 8 Oct    Novel Delights    @KirstHutchisonWed 9 Oct ...

At the World Editions offices we are very excited to read here in The Guardian that Maryse Condé may be in the running for a Nobel Prize in Literature this year. According to the article: "The Russian novelist Lyudmila Ulitskaya, the Guadeloupean novelist Maryse Condé, and The...

Hector Abad visited London this month to launch  the English translation of his memoir, Oblivion.   He did three BBC interviews, including BBC Radio Scotland’s Sunday Morning With…, BBC Radio 3 Freethinking (broadcast on Wednesday 25 September – link is here)And the World Service Book Club...

Esther Gerritsen, bestselling Dutch author of Craving and Roxy will be discussing the darker side of the human psyche with Hermann Koch at a special day of Dutch writing at the British Library on Saturday 12 October.  Link hereOther writers appearing include Simon Schama, Costa...

Praised by Coetzee as ‘A tragic and unforgettable history’ Oblivion is a heartbreaking tribute to the author’s father, Héctor Abad Gómez. His father was a medical doctor, university professor, and human-rights leader who set up public-health programmes for the poor in Medellín, Colombia’s second-largest city.But...

World Editions is offering an exciting internship opportunity at our Amsterdam office starting late 2019. Working with our team here in Amsterdam, interns will be part of the day-to-day running of a busy international publishing house. As we are a small company, the intern will...

German-Lebanese author Pierre Jarawan will be appearing at the worlds’ largest book festival, The Edinburgh Book Festival, on Saturday 24 August. He’ll be in ‘in conversation’ with Anissa M Bouziane, author of Dune SongDon’t miss the chance to hear Pierre talk about his debut novel,...