Globally nowhere

APR Nowhere PeopleNowhere People
Paulo Scott
308 pages, paperback


AN accessible model of publishing made possible Nowhere People, an ambitious novel by Paulo Scott translated from the Portuguese by Daniel Hahn. It is a raw examination of our need to belong that gives an important voice to indigenous Latin America. Set in post-dictatorship Brazil, this story offers an audacious exploration of ideology punctuated with punchy surprises. The publisher, And Other Stories, is an exciting little outfit based in London that has a powerful sense of the truly international.