Ireland's Green Larder

Margaret Hickey

A glorious ramble down the centuries telling the story of food and drink in Ireland

110% funded

Published

Agrippina: Empress, Exile, Hustler, Whore

Emma Southon

A biography of the most extraordinary woman in the Roman world

177% funded

Published

Grafity's Wall

Ram V

A coming-of-age Graphic Novel about expression, rebellion, ambition and acceptance painted against the backdrop of Mumbai's ever changing and evolving street-culture

104% funded

Published

How to Come Alive Again

Beth McColl

A guide to killing your monsters

181% funded

Published

The Private Life of the Diary

Sally Bayley

From Pepys to Tweets: a history of the diary as an art form

113% funded

Published

The Intrapreneur

Gib Bulloch

Find Your Purpose. But Don’t Lose Your Mind.

161% funded

Published

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.

587% funded

Audio project Published

A Small Fiction

James & Jefferson Miller

A Small Fiction is an illustrated collection of 150 tiny stories, each told in 140 characters or less.

190% funded

Published

First Chapter Of The Best Water Skier In Luxembourg

Keith Kahn-Harris

A journey that supporters of Unbound can fund one chapter at a time

101% funded

Published

Unbelievable

Jennifer Pickup

Unbound's first first-time novelist - her pitch is almost a movie in itself...

120% funded

Published

F**k The Radio, We've Got Apple Juice

Miranda Ward

How do you make a living as a band in a world that doesn't want to pay?

109% funded

Published

Smoking With Crohn's

George Chopping

Unbound's very first poet publishes his 'best of' collection

110% funded

Published

Chichester Festival Theatre at Fifty

Kate Mosse

A celebration of Chichester's theatre by the city's most celebrated author

103% funded

Published

We Can Be Heroes

Graham Smith

The definitive insider history of London clubland in the early 80s

144% funded

Published

Warhorses of Letters

Hudson & Phillips

The book of the BBC Radio 4 series starring Stephen Fry, Daniel Rigby and Tamsin Greig

124% funded

Published

Letters of Note

Shaun Usher

The Sunday Times best-selling collection of 125 of the world's most entertaining, inspiring and unusual letters

329% funded

Published

26 Treasures

John Simmons

An illustrated anthology in which 26 writers respond to 26 treasures in 4 museums, using only 62 words

120% funded

Published

The Elegant Art Of Falling Apart

Jessica Jones

Sometimes we have to lose everything to understand this moment is all we have

105% funded

Published

Constable Colgan's Connectoscope

Stevyn Colgan

A paper-based portable wireless device that connects everything to everything else

108% funded

Published

The No. 9 Bus To Utopia

David Bramwell

One man's search for truth, beauty and some really funny stories as he visits Utopian communities

103% funded

Published

Smart Tart

Tamasin Day-Lewis

A life spent cooking and writing turned into a delicious memoir

111% funded

Published

Salt & Old Vines

Richard W H Bray

A real taste of winemaking - true stories about a wine, the people who make it and the place it's made

123% funded

Published

Life After The State

Dominic Frisby

Dominic Frisby has solved the economic crisis - support his book and find out how

213% funded

Published

Solstice

H Boyd & B Roddam

This is the story of a race against time to right an ancient wrong

107% funded

Published

Unchosen

Julie Burchill

The UK’s most controversial journalist on why she loves the Jewish people

126% funded

Published

The Wake

Paul Kingsnorth

A post-apocalyptic novel set in 1066

116% funded

Published

Saving Bletchley Park

Sue Black

The story of the saving of the home of modern computing

230% funded

Published

Springfield Road

Salena Godden

A poetic, funny and touching memoir of childhood in the 1970s

113% funded

Published

The Lifers' Club

Francis Pryor

Archaeology can be a dirty business

128% funded

Published