Stim: An Autism Anthology

Lizzie Huxley-Jones

A collection of stories, essays and art from autistic authors and artists.

109% funded

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Paint My Name In Black And Gold

Mark Andrews

Paint My Name In Black And Gold is the story of the first five years of The Sisters of Mercy.

109% funded

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Notes From Africa

Jenny Cathcart

Notes From Africa, a musical journey around the continent in the company of Senegalese superstar, Youssou N’Dour

108% funded

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Tales from the Colony: The Lost Bohemia of Bacon, Belcher and Board

Darren Coffield

The authorised history of London's most notorious drinking club

107% funded

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On The Road Not Taken

Paul Dodgson

A memoir that is a love story about the transformational power of music

106% funded

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Cut From the Same Cloth

A ground-breaking collection of essays written by British hijabis

106% funded

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Eileen: The Making of Orwell

Sylvia Topp

The never before told story of George Orwell’s first wife, a woman who shaped, supported and even saved the life of one of the 20th century’s greatest writers.

106% funded

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The Hidden Matrix: Myth and the Human Mind

Neil Philip

One of our foremost interpreters of myth argues that it is essential to all culture: the factory reset of human consciousness

106% funded

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Pedro & Ricky Come Again

Jonathan Meades

The best of three decades of Jonathan Meades.

106% funded

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Life Drawing: A Life Under Lights

Jessica Martin

A graphic novel memoir about life as an actress, singer and artist in the big city

105% funded

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Unladylike: A Grrl's Guide to Wrestling

Heather Bandenburg

Unladylike is the first book written about feminism and wrestling - it follows one unlikely woman's journey to becoming an infamous masked wrestler, and honestly retells the life lessons grappling teaches her on the way.

105% funded

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The Coincidence of Novembers

Edited by Sandy Nairne

A selection of autobiographical writings by Sir Patrick Nairne (1921 – 2013)

105% funded

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The A to Z of Skateboarding

Tony Hawks

In which Tony Hawks (who is definitely NOT Tony Hawk) swaps his fridge for a skateboard

104% funded

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It's All In The Mind: The Life And Legacy Of Larry Stephens

Julie Warren

The remarkable story of a WWII Commando who transformed British comedy.

104% funded

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The Tango Effect

Kate Swindlehurst

Parkinson’s and the healing power of dance

104% funded

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PHILOSOPHY@WORK: Rediscovering the Art of Doing Business

Anders Indset

50 reflections on practical philosophy from the world’s leading thinkers.

104% funded

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Head Shot

Victoria Nixon

How does a Vogue model confront a double family suicide and live a normal life?

103% funded

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The Ethical Stripper

Stacey Clare

Forget everything you’ve heard about strippers: this book is an antidote to stigma, shame and stereotyping

103% funded

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The Dissent Of Man

JF Derry

A book exploring the influence of Darwin on everyone

102% funded

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Lifeshambles

Liz Fraser

Indispensable and hilarious* notes on midlife (*possibly)

102% funded

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News From The Home Front

Rachael de Moravia

An insider's account of life as a military wife; of life on the home front, in the fall-out zone of the modern Royal Air Force

102% funded

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Not Buying It

Charlotte Henry

The post-truth society: how we got here; where is "here", exactly, and what on earth can we do about it?

102% funded

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Girl With a Gun: A Teenage Freedom Fighter in Iran

Diana Nammi and Karen Attwood

A gripping and moving first-hand account of one woman’s fight to change the world around her

102% funded

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Rhubarb Rhubarb

Mary Jane Paterson and Jo Thompson

A correspondence between a hopeless gardener and a hopeful cook

102% funded

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Mud, Maul, Mascara: How I Led My Country, and Lived to Tell the Tale

Catherine Spencer

The inspirational story of a woman who just wanted to have fun, find love and win the rugby World Cup

101% funded

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Data: A Guide to Humans

Phil Harvey and Noelia Jiménez Martínez

Why data is important, how companies and governments are using data, and, crucially, how you can use data to improve your business, your life, or maybe even the world.

101% funded

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The Private Life of Lord Byron

Antony Peattie

The first book to explore Byron's eating disorder, his father hunger and his rationale – Anorexia Heroica

100% funded

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