After battling depression for 10 years of my life and dealing with anxiety even to this day, this book encompasses my young adult soul and her journey towards healing and acceptance…5 years in the making! You are perfect and beautiful just the way you are. And I wrote and illustrated this book so YOU could see that for yourself! You are magical, so shine on! The debate between the darkness and the light is explored through black and white pages, illustrations, philosophical poetry and existential musings.
Through universal subjects and themes, this book addresses the important questions in life such as mindfulness, suffering and healing, and begs the reader to answer these questions for themselves. More info: Etsy. Anyone can write on Bored Panda. Start writing! Bored Panda works best if you switch to our Android app. Bored Panda works better on our iPhone app! Follow Bored Panda on Google News! Follow us on Flipboard. Eileen Marie is a visual storyteller residing in Seattle, WA. The stories she writes are imaginative and whimsical with a thoughtful heart.
Through uplifting themes, colorful illustrations, and quirky characters, her stories enchant the reader with a magical experience to journey through. It's available on my Etsy shop!
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Translated from the Italian by Stefania Heim. Available October 1 from A Public Space. By Veronica Raimo. Translated from the Italian by Stash Luczkiw. Available October 8 from Black Cat. A year-old girl must leave the family that raised her to live with her birth family, a chaotic group that seems anything but welcoming. By Donatella Di Pietrantonio. Available July 2 from Europa. A woman with a dead-end job reads on the metro each morning, where she encounters a bookshop owner who offers her a job at his store.
Translated from the French by Ros Schwartz. Available October 17 from Flatiron Books. A historical novel on the aftermath of the death of Gerda Taro, a German-Jewish war photographer and activist. By Helena Janeczek. Available October 8 from Europa. In a mix of Kant, Buddhism, Kafka and more, a philosopher reflects on what entertainment means to the West today. By Byung-Chul Han. Translated from the German by Adrian Nathan West. By Christos Ikonomou. Translated from the Greek by Karen Emmerich. Available March 12 from Archipelago. By Sergei Lebedev.
Translated from the Russian by Antonina W. Available March 19 from New Vessel Press. By Leonardo Padura.
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Translated from the Spanish by Peter Bush. Available June 16 from Bitter Lemon Press. A year-old man with a broken marriage and dead-end career goes to Rome to conduct research and falls in love with a young woman.
By Nora Bossong. Translated from the German by Alexander Booth. Available December 15 from Seagull Books. The first English translation of the renowned Greek poet, exploring folklore and modern history.
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Original German poems from the nineteenth century poet alongside English translations, reflecting on a return to God and a celebration of the Jewish people. By Heinrich Heine. By Jonas Bonnier. Translated from the Swedish by Alice Menzies. Available May 28 from Other Press. A new biography of one of the most important playwrights of the 19th century.
By Ivo de Figueiredo. Translated from the Norwegian by Robert Ferguson. Available April 2 from Yale University Press. By Jin Yong. Translated from the Chinese by Anna Holmwood. Available September 17 from St. By Sigrun Palsdottir. Translated from the Icelandic by Lytton Smith.
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Available July 23 from Open Letter Books. A writer obsessed with American cinema embarks on a journey that takes him from New York to a lake in Italy. By Yannick Haenel. Translated from the French by Teresa Fagan. Available April 2 from Other Press. A debut novel that chronicles the fall of Rhodesia through the early days of Zimbabwe. By Novuyo Rosa Tshuma. This mix of reportage, essay and personal reflection attempts to reckon with the massacre of Chinese immigrants in Mexico. Translated from the Spanish by Christina MacSweeney. Available April 16 from Graywolf. By Marcus Tullius Cicero.
Translated from the Latin by Philip Freeman. Available November 5 from Princeton University Press. A fiction writer scours through police archives and uncovers deep histories of systematic transgressions. Translated from the Spanish by Eduardo Aparicio. Available June 1 from University of Texas Press. Based on true events, this is a story about love and courage in precolonial Ghana. By Ayesha Harruna Attah. God has an existential crisis after he falls in love with a human who is an atheist. By Giacomo Sartori. Translated from the Italian by Frederika Randall. By Brigitte Reimann.
Available April 23 from Seagull Books. In order to remember her father during his prolonged absence, a young girl reminisces about him through his diaries. By Humayun Azad.