print ISBN: 978-1-908276-16-2
ebook ISBN: 978-1-908276-17-9
Print format: PB with French flaps,
210mm x 138 mm
Pages: 125 pp
Price: Print £12
Press Release: 6 December 2012
From 2012 Man Booker Prize &
Waterstones Author of the Year (Specsavers National Book Awards) &
BBC International Short Story Award 2012 &
Jewish Quarterly Wingate Prize 2013
shortlisted Deborah Levy
Ten stories from the author of Swimming Home, including the BBC International Short Story Award 2012 shortlisted story ‘Black Vodka’
Publication date: 26 Feb 2012 (an original edition)
Author is available for interviews or features. For more information please contact Sophie Lewis: email@example.com 
How does love change us? And how do we change ourselves for love – or for lack of it? Ten stories by acclaimed author Deborah Levy explore these delicate, impossible questions. From glossy ad-land to swans with a sinister sleeping sickness, from London gardens to a forest outside Prague, these are twenty-first century lives dissected with razor-sharp humour and curiosity, about what it means to live and love, together and alone.
About the author
Deborah Levy’s most recent novel, Swimming Home (2011, And Other Stories) was shortlisted for the 2012 Man Booker Prize. Her work has been staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company, and she is the author of other highly praised books including Beautiful Mutants, Swallowing Geography and Billy and Girl.
Praise for Swimming Home
‘Deborah Levy has made something strange and new.’ John Self, Guardian
‘Deborah Levy’s storytelling is allusive, elliptical and disturbing. Her touch is gentle, often funny and always acute.’ Julia Pascal, Independent
Copyright (C) 2012 And Other Stories All rights reserved.