Cult Liverpool musician Paul Simpson’s memoir of a life less ordinary.
The acclaimed photographer Jillian Edelstein discovers a lost branch of her family, drawing her into stories of displacement that we all hold in common
Others by Charles Fernyhough (editor): Unbound
The individual stories of the girls who screamed for The Beatles
A fast, funny, emotive memoir showing how most fans really follow football.
A collection of 21 essays written by transgender and non-binary people in the UK.
A manual for revolution for a brave new world
A photography book celebrating the powerful identity of Sikhs.
A nature book, but not quite like any you’ll have read before
Go behind the scenes of the National Theatre’s production of War Horse.
The Totally True Not Made Up Un-Fake Chronicles of Donaeld the Unready
Part documentary, part ghost story
More Terrible Old Games You've Probably Never Heard Of
In which Tony Hawks (who is definitely NOT Tony Hawk) swaps his fridge for a skateboard
Sitting comfortably is dangerous; a collection of poems
From beanbags to mindfulness; how wellbeing is making business more human friendly
A book of essays by writers under 24, edited
A comprehensive account of the landmark events which shaped the transgender community over the last five decades, told through a series of essays by real experts who were there and can describe the knock-on effects today
The most remarkable collection of 3D colour photographs in Britain
A memoir that is a love story about the transformational power of music
A collection of stories, essays, poetry and photography around the movement for reproductive rights in Ireland
The true story of Britain’s early women engineers
The inspirational story of a woman who just wanted to have fun, find love and win the rugby World Cup
How to change your life by changing the world
The Modern Skillset for Creative Problem Solving
A memoir of the artist and camouflage pioneer spanning two world wars
A hilarious collection of correspondence
How the boy from Wolverhampton rocked the world with Slade
Humorous letters to pop stars about their songs with genuine witty replies
A glorious ramble down the centuries telling the story of food and drink in Ireland