A major new critical study of the writings of a giant of the SF genre by a Hugo award-winning critic and historian.
A pop star on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Swimming in search of the meaning of motherhood
A stride by stride account of a 17,000km solo and unsupported running adventure over two continents and through fourteen different countries
Essays on success, by high-achieving people with learning disabilities.
The existential odyssey of a heartsick politician to save a war-torn, post-austerity Europe from algorithmic autocracy
How one woman's road trip became a sexual revolution
101 rare, weird and important Japanese video games
A ground-breaking collection of essays written by British hijabis
A collection of lyrics from across her career with Throwing Muses, 50FOOTWAVE and her solo work
A Small Fiction is an illustrated collection of 150 tiny stories, each told in 140 characters or less.
A cookbook of time-perfected recipes and stories from wise and witty grandmothers across the globe
Eight authors from eight locations come together to tell the stories of one small-town library and its patrons and staff
Senseless is at heart an illustration of the messy unpredictability of love and life and the resilience of the human spirit.
The definitive collection of recipes from one of our greatest food writers
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
Others by Charles Fernyhough (editor): Unbound
The Failsafe Query is a Spy and Forensic thriller, telling the tale of Cold War spy intrigue, merged with modern day cyber intelligence.
An inspiring road trip and a practical guide to crafting wherever you find yourself
A fictional glimpse into the ninth century mind of Guthrum the Dane.
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
In Anton Court, a 6-feet wide hole appears overnight, eventually turning the residents crazy wondering how it appeared, and what caused it
Imagine the past in colour? Now you don’t have to…
A Tokyo-based thriller
The eagerly awaited sequel to best-selling book Letters of Note by Shaun Usher
The finest, funniest stories of England, Scotland & Wales, refreshed for the 21st century. By Brother Bernard, as told to Jem Roberts.
What happens when you move to Tasmania on a hunch, with a husband who aspires to be an alpaca whisperer and a feral cockerel? Can you cook the cockerel for dinner, or has it got rigor mortis?
Spanning Victorian Oxford to the London of the 1980s, “All the Perverse Angels” is a novel about the nature of loss and the confusion of love, about the stories we are told and the stories we tell ourselves