Last year there were a couple of translations of Korean novels whose publication was timed to coincide with the London Book Fair. This year, despite Korea no longer being the focus country, the habit seems to be continuing. Bae Suah’s Nowhere to be Found, translated by Sora Kim-Russell, arrived on my doormat today, day 2 of the 2015 fair. Sorry, but I haven’t even started Deborah Smith’s translation of Han Kang’s Vegetarian yet, so Bae Suah will have to wait for a bit. That reading pile is getting ever bigger.