Free Loaves on Fridays: The Care System As Told By People Who Actually Get It
By Rebekah Pierre
A powerful anthology of stories, reflections and letters by care-experienced people
I Could Read the Sky
By Timothy O'Grady and Steve Pyke
A new edition of the 1997 classic novel about an Irishman in London, told through words and photos.
Playing to Lose
By Ariel Anderssen
The Memoir of a Jehovah's Witness Turned Submissive BDSM Model
By Simon Napier-Bell
A brand new up-to-date edition of the classic history of the pop music business.
By Brendan Woodhouse and Doro Ģoumãňęh
Refugee, hero, champion, survivor
Monaghan: A Letter to My Wife
By Timothy O'Grady
One of our most original writers returns with a haunting novel on the psychic costs of love and war.
Under the Knife
By Liz O'Riordan
The Rise and Fall of a Female Surgeon
By Jonathan Meades
The wait is over. After twenty years, Meades delivers his gargantuan new novel.
Cain's Jawbone Box
By Edward Powys Mathers
You've seen the TikTok, but have you bought the box to solve the ultimate Novel Problem?
Radical Shakespeare: Why do we get him so wrong?
By Pauline Kiernan
A timely study which restores the revolutionary message of Shakespeare's art.
Now Here We Are Thirty Years Later: A Memoir in Mountain Goats Songs
By Richard O'Brien
An experimental music memoir inspired by cult band The Mountain Goats.
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.