Thirty homeless people share the secrets of their lives, through first-hand accounts, conversations and intimate photographs
A meandering through our great archetypal myths and a plea for a kinder Brexit
Lost cities, secret societies, Nazi archaeology and Atlantis. Join Dr John Hunter in his unrelenting quest to unveil the hidden and explosive beginnings to civilisation.
A fabulous, funny, sharp, outrageous satire about the deadly dark side of discrimination
A fresh approach to creating outstanding organisations and successful people so that work is a better place for everyone
An anthology on the subject of refugees, asylum seekers and migration focusing on the experiences of children and young people
A Celebration of the Comedy underdog
The true story of Britain’s early women engineers
An inspiring road trip and a practical guide to crafting wherever you find yourself
A novel about time and ageing, love and opera, set in a Venice that's constantly changing and forever stays the same
The finest, funniest stories of England, Scotland & Wales, refreshed for the 21st century. By Brother Bernard, as told to Jem Roberts.
A graphic novel memoir about life as an actress, singer and artist in the big city
Five words of your choice provoke a chain of creation.
Purple People is a jolly dystopia, telling the story of an outlandish scheme to curtail crime and anti-social behaviour - by dyeing offenders purple - and the news-loving lass who investigates it
A group of 13-year-old boys go hiking on the moors of South West England -- and gradually begin to disappear, one by one.
A novel by Adam Roberts adapted from an original script by Anthony Burgess.
The remarkable story of a WWII Commando who transformed British comedy.
A new and handsomely illustrated translation of the Arthurian mediaeval masterpiece.
An exploration of the life and legacy of Can drummer Jaki Liebezeit.
The story of two Michelin star-crossed lovers set at a Brighton hotel run by three generations of one family.
Imagine the past in colour? Now you don’t have to…
Bedtime is a bad time for Jacob and Jacob but nightmares are the least of their worries.
A hilarious collection of correspondence
The acclaimed photographer Jillian Edelstein discovers a lost branch of her family, drawing her into stories of displacement that we all hold in common
Others by Charles Fernyhough (editor): Unbound
From the creator of Letters of Note, a compelling collection of history’s best speeches
Odette, Swan Lake’s enchanted swan princess, is still trying to break her spell in 2016
A Small Fiction is an illustrated collection of 150 tiny stories, each told in 140 characters or less.
Nineteen years old with freshly dyed blue hair, punk rocker Gail places an advert in a music paper for ‘likeminded friends and weirdos’. Soap the Stamps, Jump the Tube follows her autobiographical journey through the 80s underground music and squatting scene in London
The thrilling story of the world’s first film-maker – and his mysterious disappearance