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To see you through the Easter weekend, we’ve compiled a list of cult classics, memoirs, poetry collections and meditations that can all be enjoyed in a single sitting.
The Death of Francis Bacon

A bold and brilliant short work by the author of Grief is the Thing with Feathers and Lanny.

Kitchen
Kitchen
Banana Yoshimoto
£9.99
£8.99

A beautiful edition to celebrate the thirty year anniversary of the original English publication of Kitchen.

Ghachar Ghochar
Ghachar Ghochar
Vivek Shanbhag
£9.99

A novel of Chekhovian precision and lingering resonance which has all the signs of a contemporary cult classic.

Mouthpieces
Mouthpieces
Eimear McBride
£3.99

Three dazzling texts from the award-winning Eimear McBride.

On Connection
On Connection
Kae Tempest
£8.99

Staggering talent Kae Tempest’s first work of non-fiction: a meditation on the power of creative connection.

They (Faber Editions)
They (Faber Editions)
Kay Dick
£9.99
£8.99

Introduced by Carmen Maria Machado, the radical dystopian classic, lost for forty years: in a nightmarish Britain, THEY are coming closer…

Wittgenstein's Nephew
Wittgenstein's Nephew
Thomas Bernhard
£9.99
£8.99

‘If you haven’t read Bernhard, you will not know of the most radical advance in fiction since Joyce … My advice: dive in.’ – Lucy Ellmann (author of the 2019 Booker Prize-shortlisted Ducks, Newburyport).

Sleepless Nights
Sleepless Nights
Elizabeth Hardwick
£9.99
£8.99

Rediscover a lost American classic: Sleepless Nights, a kaleidoscopic scrapbook of one woman’s memories, here reissued with a new introduction by Eimear McBride.

Grief Is the Thing with Feathers

Winner of the 2016 International Dylan Thomas Prize and shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award and the Goldsmiths Prize.

Quiet
Quiet
Victoria Adukwei Bulley
£12.99
£10.99

Victoria Adukwei Bulley’s debut poetry collection, Quiet, circles around ideas of black interiority, intimacy and selfhood, playing at the the tensions between the impulse to guard one’s ‘inner life’ and the knowledge that, as Audre Lorde writes, ‘your silence will not protect you’.

An Artist of the Floating World
An Artist of the Floating World
Kazuo Ishiguro
£9.99

A Japanese artist looks back on his life after World War Two in this celebrated novel from the author of the Booker Prize-winning novel, The Remains of the Day, Never Let Me Go, and The Buried Giant.

Mrs Caliban (Faber Editions)
Mrs Caliban (Faber Editions)
Rachel Ingalls
£9.99
£8.99

The amphibious cult classic: this magical tale of a suburban housewife’s affair with a frogman is ‘seductive’ (Margaret Atwood), ‘genius’ (Patricia Lockwood), ‘perfect’ (Max Porter), ‘a feminist masterpiece’ (Carmen Maria Machado), and ‘out-weirds and out-romances anything today’ (Marlon James).

White Egrets (Members Edition)
White Egrets (Members Edition)
Derek Walcott
£20.00
£18.00

Designed for Faber Members, Derek Walcott’s mesmerising voice is brought forth in this beautifully crafted new edition of White Egrets. Available exclusively from faber.co.uk.

Conundrum
Conundrum
Jan Morris
£10.99
£9.99

As one of Britain’s best and most-loved travel writers, Jan Morris has led an extraordinary life. Perhaps her most remarkable work is this grippingly honest account of her ten-year transition from man to woman – its pains and joys, its frustrations and discoveries.