A Beggar at Damascus Gate
By Yasmin Zahran
Abu Musa’s Women Neighbors
By Ahmed Toufiq
Translated by Roger Allen
cover of Home for the Summer by Georgina Kleege; medium sized black charcoal square at center of white background with four smaller charcoal sqaures in a line underneath, a banner of light green across the top and bottom with the title, author name, and press name written in red typed letters
Home for the Summer
By Georgina Kleege
Inner China by Eva Sjödin, Translated by Jennifer Hayashida, Book cover showing delicate drawings of anatomical structures against brown background and lightly printed Swedish text.
Inner China
By Eva Sjödin
Translated by Jennifer Hayashida
cover of Josef is Dying by Ulla Berkéwicz, light pink background with white square and hand-drawn simple sketch of face
Josef Is Dying
By Ulla Berkéwicz
cover of Moira by Norma Cole; light grey background, four large pencil-drawn blobs, white on the inside, Moira handwritten in red all-caps in the biggest center blob
By Norma Cole
cover of Murder by Danielle Collobert, translated by Nathanaël; b&w photo of a crumbline apartment building, with a sky that turns into a stone wall
By Danielle Collobert
Translated by Nathanaël
cover of sitt marie rose by etel adnan; white background, light grey map of lebanon behind black typed title and author name
Sitt Marie Rose
By Etel Adnan
Translated by Georgina Kleege
cover of The Dihedrons Gazelle-Dihedrals Zoom by leslie scalapino; textured dark red background, rectangular illustration of domes archway with images of statues of human figures, birds, and other stones collaged into the image
The Dihedrons Gazelle-Dihedrals Zoom
By Leslie Scalapino
cover of Twelve Nights by Gerlind Reinshagen; repeated image of a large tree with a red-tint
Twelve Nights
By Gerlind Reinshagen
Translated by Anthony Vivis
cover of Where The Rocks Started by Marc Atherton; two photos, one on top of the other, of a mountainous grassy valley with fog rolling through and hillsides in the difference
Where the Rocks Started
By Marc Atherton

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