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2022 titles
Now available: Paul Bailey,
Joie de vivre
; Agota Kristof, Trilogy and The Illiterate. Forthcoming: David Wheatley, Stretto; Caroline Clark, Own Sweet Time; Charles Boyle, The Interruptions; Patrick McGuinness, Ghost Stations

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CBe titles, 2007–2022

CB editions publishes short fiction, poetry, translations
and other work which, as the Guardian noted, ‘might
otherwise fall through the cracks between the big publishers’.
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2022 February: Paul Bailey, Joie de vivre
June: David Wheatley, Stretto
June: Agota Kristof, Trilogy
June: Agota Kristof, The Illiterate 
September: Caroline Clark, Own Sweet Time
September: Charles Boyle, The Interruptions
October: Patrick McGuinness, Ghost Stations

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