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British author Bernardine Evaristo poses with her book Girl, Woman, Other. She would later win the 2019 Booker Prize for Fiction, an honor she shared with Margaret Atwood.

If you are looking to change-up the color scheme of your #bookshelfie or jump in on the latest Twitter trend, #BooksAsOutfits, then Bernardine Evaristo’s novels are just the ticket.

The author announced on her Facebook page that Penguin Books has reissued her novels with new chic and vibrant cover designs by artist and illustrator, Karan Singh, as well as Penguin Art Director, Richard Bravery. Evaristo describes the new designs as “effervescent” and informs readers that these editions can be found at Waterstones and HIVE.

New covers for the reissues of some of my backlist with Hamish Hamilton/ Penguin. The Emperor’s Babe (2001); Soul…

Posted by Bernardine Evaristo on Friday, April 10, 2020

 

See below for close-ups of each new cover!

 

Cover Design by Karan Singh

Cover Design by Richard Avery

Cover Design by Richard Avery

Cover Design by Richard Avery

Cover Design by Richard Avery

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