December 4, 2018

Welcome to the world of Mikhail Iossel, who grew up in the USSR before settling in America. Notes from Cyberground comprises his most trenchant and enduring political & cultural commentary since the 2016 US presidential election.

“Mikhail Iossel is an intense and thoughtful force for decency in the world.”
George Saunders 

“Mikhail Iossel's Notes from Cyberground is our social media De Profundis with a touch of J'Accuse. Thoughtful, furious, eloquent, these posts are the diary of a writer who left the Soviet Union, stayed in touch with the horrors of the Putin reign, and after the 2016 elections, has experienced a hideous deja vu: a nightmare for someone who knows first hand what a dictatorship looks like.”
Francine Prose

Nonfiction | $16.95
Published by New Europe Books
Dec. 4, 2018 | 400 Pages | 5-1/2 x 8-1/4


 January 15, 2019

A new story collection by one of Hungary’s top writers and war correspondents, set mostly in the contemporary Middle East.

“Hungarian foreign correspondent Jászberényi . . . writes with beautiful ferocity about what he’s seen and how he’s lived on his job, here situating most of his stories in the Middle East. . . . . Brutal but with heart, as shown by the excellent colloquial translation; highly recommended for readers of tough-minded fiction, both literary and popular.” Library Journal (starred review)

Sándor Jászberényi

Translated by Paul Olchvary

Paperback Fiction | $15.00
Published by New Europe Books
Jan. 15, 2019 | 200 Pages
5-1/2 x 8-1/4