Ending the Pursuit: Asexuality, Aromanticism, and Agender Identity

Michael Paramo

What living in a sexual, romantic, and binary-gendered world means and why deconstructing it can be liberating.

12% funded

Be Ready To Parent Twins: The First Year

Louise Brown and Ella Rachamim

Parents & experts share their tips to help new parents of twins cope during pregnancy & the 1st year

58% funded

Those Who Eat Like Crocodiles

Laura Fitzgerald

A powerful memoir that explores an outrageous public health initiative and an unlikely love story

93% funded

Tasteful Names

Julie McDowall

Sarah tastes of grease, Donalds are rubber ducks dipped in vinegar... Julie McDowall has an unusual form of synaesthesia, which means that she can taste names. Want to know what yours tastes like? Now you can find out.

590% funded

Audio project Published

Pumped

Ashley Kollakowski and Andrew Emery

Welcome to the brew testament: a celebration of design and illustration in the modern craft beer scene

8% funded

Your Life As I Knew It

Anna Cosslett

The highs and lows of family life, as a mother pieces together the effects and possible causes of her son's fairly severe autism.

31% funded

Not As Nature Intended

Rich Hardy

A story of the exploitation of animals for food, fashion and entertainment from the unique perspective of an undercover investigator.

113% funded

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GIRL, UNWIRED

Hattie Gladwell

The good, the bad, the uncontrollable and the ugly. The realities of mental illness - and everything that comes with it.

118% funded

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Wanderful

David Pearl

Sat-nav for the soul.

101% funded

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Dark Angels On Writing

Dark Angels Collective

How to change lives with words.

138% funded

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The Confused CEO's Guide to 21st Century Organisations

Virpi Oinonen

A visual guide to business concepts everyone uses but no-one can explain

62% funded

Unladylike: A Grrl's Guide to Wrestling

Heather Bandenburg

Unladylike is the first book written about feminism and wrestling - it follows one unlikely woman's journey to becoming an infamous masked wrestler, and honestly retells the life lessons grappling teaches her on the way.

103% funded

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The Things That Happen to Those Who Live

Elitsa Dermendzhiyska

15 master storytellers and Rory Bremner on the struggles that shaped them

129% funded

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Boring: A Celebration of Misplaced Enthusiasm

James Ward

Would you like to help publish the world's most Boring book?

20% funded

Draw the Line

Myfanwy Tristram

Over 100 comic artists present positive political actions anyone can take

37% funded

Not Speaking

Norma Clarke

Not Speaking is a lively and unusual family memoir, and a slice of social history.

101% funded

Published

Fear Hack

Hilary Gallo

How what scares us, makes us.

105% funded

Published

Tales from the Colony: The Lost Bohemia of Bacon, Belcher and Board

Darren Coffield

The authorised history of London's most notorious drinking club

106% funded

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Wild Cooking

Roger Phillips

New mushroom ideas, strange vegetables, foraging in the garden and beyond

100% funded

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Effin' Birds: A Guide to Field Identification

Aaron Reynolds

A compact, comprehensive and very silly field guide, featuring more than 200 of the best, rudest, and most hilarious Effin' Birds!

375% funded

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Kayak The Kwanza

Oscar Scafidi

Two friends paddle, hike and wade 1300km along Angola's longest river in support of The HALO Trust's demining work.

104% funded

Published

Women on Nature

Katharine Norbury

A wide-ranging and timely new perspective on writing about the natural world and our place within it

114% funded

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West of West

Sarah Lee and Laura Barton

A photographic exploration of the edge of America at the end of Route 66 and Santa Monica Pier

116% funded

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How the World Works: Or, Everything Is Fashion — Especially Politics

Peter York

The co-author of the Official Sloane Ranger Handbook returns to take on modern culture and politics

10% funded

The Surfboard

Dan Kieran

The CEO of Unbound spends a week in Cornwall building a wooden surfboard to try and work out how to evolve within his company.

105% funded

Published

Data: A Guide to Humans

Phil Harvey and Noelia Jiménez Martínez

Why data is important, how companies and governments are using data, and, crucially, how you can use data to improve your business, your life, or maybe even the world.

101% funded

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