We’re thrilled to announce that Tilted Axis Press has entered into a co-publishing arrangement with Brow Books (Australia), meaning that they'll publish some Tilted Axis titles from here on in.
It is very exciting to be partnering with a publisher that shares our commitment to seeking out innovative and exceptional writing from across the globe. Brow Books is a new-ish book imprint from the celebrated quarterly literary magazine The Lifted Brow. This not-for-profit literary organisation has for more than a decade now been publishing work from the literary and/or demographic margins, from writers and artists in Australia and the rest of the world.
In August Brow Books will be kicking off the partnership by publishing in Australia Han Yujoo’s electric and unsettling The Impossible Fairytale (translated from the Korean by Janet Hong). Han will be in Australia around the time of the book's publication, touring the country as a fellow of the 2018 Writers Immersion and Cultural Exchange Program.
Publisher of The Lifted Brow Sam Cooney had this to say about the agreement:
“We’ve been keenly admiring Tilted Axis Press from its inception, delighting from afar at all it has achieved in a few short years – not only at the books it has published, but at the way it goes about its work: with a heady mixture of resoluteness and optimism. As a press ourselves where process is always a huge part of the outcome—where any success is only as excellent as the way it was reached—we are so thrilled to now be officially in partnership with a small press that clearly prioritises similar concerns. We’re extremely excited to begin introducing Tilted Axis Press titles to keen readers in Australia and New Zealand – it’s about time we over here had the opportunity to read such exquisite stories from near and far corners of the world that have been too long ignored.”
Brow Books is the new-ish book imprint from the not-for-profit literary organisation which for more than a decade now has been publishing the celebrated quarterly literary magazine The Lifted Brow. Like the magazine, Brow Books is committed to finding and championing work from the literary and/or demographic margins, from writers and artists in Australia and the rest of the world. Its early successes include Briohny Doyle’s The Island Will Sink and Shaun Prescott’s The Town; its latest book is Apple and Knife by Intan Paramaditha.