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A feast for the senses: an illustrated cookbook inspired by classic and contemporary Gothic texts.
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A powerful memoir by the environmental campaigner & former agricultural story editor of The Archers.
Serving Up: Essays on food, identity and culture
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A new and vital food-inspired anthology examining the politics behind what we eat.
Listen with Father: How I Learned to Love Classical Music
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A resonant memoir of a beloved father, evoked through the classical music he cherished.
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The legendary music impresario tells his life story in a series of mesmerisingly candid vignettes.
Across Time and Space
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A powerful fusion of memoir and myth by one of the great modern storytellers
One in Five
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An anthology of stories about the realities of living in poverty
Mind the Inclusion Gap
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How allies can bridge the divide between talking diversity and taking action
A Feast of Folklore
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From witch cake to wassailing, strange stories of Britain's food.