Aurora Metro is an independent publisher of books - drama, fiction, non-fiction, humour, teen fiction and biography. We sell a wide range of books and plays for children, teens, Young Adults and adults. Our books are for people who love a good read and enjoy good writing. We also sell our books to bookshops, schools and libraries or you can shop on-line for our books via the internet .
We also provide, through our charity Aurora Metro Arts and Media, Arts and Education projects and workshops mainly to schools, libraries and community groups.
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New title: The River's Song
Forthcoming title 'The River's Song' by top Singaporean author Suchen Christine Lim.
See author interview.
Kipling & Trix on Canadian Radio
Kipling & Trix author Mary Hamer was the keynote speaker at the first Kipling Society meeting outside the UK, in Vermont, Canada, earlier this month. Before the event, she spoke to Morning Edition host Mitch Wertlieb on the Vermont VPR radio station, about her novel and the Kiplings' lives and work: http://tinyurl.com/obuus6n
Jonathan Falla - The Physician of San Lucar
Jonathan Falla talks about The Physician of Sanlucar.
Mary Hamer at The Folkestone Book Festival
Mary Hamer, author of the novel Kipling & Trix, which is our current Virginia Prize winner, will be appearing at The Folkestone Book Festival this year. Mary will be in conversation with Kipling's biographer, Andrew Lycett, on Sat 16th November, at 11 a.m. in Folkestone Library, and will discuss how her novel explores the loss and separation suffered by Rudyard and Trix Kipling as young children, and how this shaped the lives of brother and sister in very different ways. Please see this link for the Festival website.
Virginia Prize 2013
We would like to thank all those who submitted their novels for this prize. Submissions are now closed; please visit this website for further announcements.
ROCK 'N' ROLL ISLAND
Aurora Metro is excited to announce the launch of The British Beat Explosion, a book that commemorates the music scene of Eel Pie Island in the 50s and 60s. This collection of essays, illustrated with archive photography, is launched on August 1st in conjunction with the opening of the Eelpiland exhibition at the Stables Gallery and Orleans House in Twickenham.
is pleased to announce
The Virginia Prize for Fiction 2013
sponsored by ea Consulting Group