Magnificent Women and their Revolutionary Machines
The true story of Britain’s early women engineers
Deserter presents: Today South London, Tomorrow South London
Andrew Grumbridge and Vincent Raison
A humorous guide to the less beaten paths of London, south of the river
Dice Men: Games Workshop 1975 to 1985
Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson with Jamie Thomson
A full colour, highly illustrated hardback 288 pages long, A4 (210mm x 297mm) printed on 140gsm gloss art stock, colour printed endpapers and bookmark ribbon
The Other Things
An extraordinary story of how six children became the first astronauts to go to Mars.
Nick Danziger and Rory MacLean
How We Are Failing the World's Poor
Decades of Lead
A unique glimpse into previously unseen sketch books
You Are What You Read
Why changing your media diet can change the world
The Iron Bird
A novel that takes the premise of ANIMAL FARM and applies it to the life of Margaret Thatcher.
Given Half a Chance: Ten Ways to Save the World
How to address the world’s environmental challenges and make life better and more peaceful for people, nature, and the planet
Arbitrary and Unnecessary
The debut collection of comedy short stories, poems and plays by writer, comedian and national poetry slam champion Daniel Piper.
The Life of Death
A dark compelling tale in which Death makes a pact with the Devil.
Women on Nature
A wide-ranging and timely new perspective on writing about the natural world and our place within it
A comic about mental health ... starring pigeons.
Horse Destroys the Universe
"I think our horse might be eating the internet"
Do You Believe In The Power Of Rock & Roll?
A high-octane first-person history of the last 40 years of rock music
The Monster Café
Sean Leahy and Mihály Orodán (Illustrator)
A book for children
The Death and Life of Red Henley
A contemporary noir novel set against the decaying façade of 1980’s New York and a religious commune staked out in the Tennessee countryside. But what connects them both and who killed Red and why?
Common People: An Anthology of Working Class Writers
Kit de Waal (editor)
Want to help unpublished working class writers get into print? Join Kit de Waal and her contributors to give new writers a platform…
The Pocket Cheerleader: A Positive Guide to the Life Changing Power of Movement
All the motivation you need to work out.
Forgotten Heroes of Comedy
A Celebration of the Comedy underdog
A Business Doing Pleasure With You
30 lessons from the Cooking Vinyl story
Chris Bran and Justin Chubb
From the creators of This is Jinsy, a fun, fast-paced adventure for children of all ages
Scenes of Moderate Violence
A collection of poems ranging from the funny to the frightening
Rife: Twenty Stories from Britain’s Youth
A book of essays by writers under 24, edited
From the Emmy Award-winning writer, a novel about an Antiques Whisperer and forgery hunter on the trail of a mysterious document
Oh, I Do Like To Be...
Billy's a clone of William Shakespeare. So is Bill. Neither of them know that the other one exists. Today they're going to meet.
Charles Fernyhough (editor)
Others by Charles Fernyhough (editor): Unbound
Bait, Grist and Security
3 noir novellas from the director of Get Carter and Flash Gordon
Essays on success, by high-achieving people with learning disabilities.
The End of Magic
A sweeping fantasy of magic's ending; a new name to set alongside Jen Williams and Den Patrick.