By Patrick Mc Cabe
A black comedy set in 70s Dublin: a theatrical agency acts as a front for British counter-terrorism.
Wonders and Visions: A Visual History of Science Fiction
By Adam Roberts and Graham Sleight
A sumptuous history of science fiction told through its iconic covers.
Wild Folk: Tales from the Stones
By Jackie Morris and Tamsin Abbott
An exqusite collection of shape-shifting tales from two magical artist-storytellers.
A Feast of Folklore
By Ben Gazur
From witch cake to wassailing, strange stories of Britain's food.
The Hush-Kit Book of Warplanes Volume 2
By Joe Coles (editor)
When Grief Equals Love
By Lizzie Pickering
Long-term Perspectives on Living with Loss
By Man Who Has It All
Imagining a world where men are bombarded with the same stereotypical bullsh*t as women.
Four Chancellors and a Funeral
By Russell Jones
The sequel nobody wants. After a decade of the Tories, could it get any worse? Spoiler - it does.
Where are the Fellows who Cut the Hay?
By Robert Ashton
The story of how almost forgotten trades and ways are being rediscovered in rural Britain today.
Queer as Folklore
By Sacha Coward
The hidden queer history of myth & folklore; it’s time to drag those monsters out of the closet!
William and the Werewolf
By Michael Smith
A beautifully illustrated translation of the 14th century chivalric epic.
Jeremiah Bourne in Time
By Nigel Planer
The first book in a new time-travel fantasy trilogy by the comedy legend, Nigel Planer.