Letters of Note

Shaun Usher

The Sunday Times best-selling collection of 125 of the world's most entertaining, inspiring and unusual letters

328% funded

Published

Why Do Birds Suddenly Disappear?

Lev Parikian

A lapsed and hopeless birdwatcher’s attempt to see 200 birds in a year

130% funded

Funded

A Definition of Snow

Annina Lux (editor)

Fifteen voices of social, humanitarian, development and peace workers working in their native country or region

27% funded

Stranger In My Heart

Mary Monro

Retracing her father’s heroic escape across China in World War Two leads his daughter on a gripping voyage of discovery about him, China and, inevitably, herself.

111% funded

Funded

How to Come Alive Again

Beth McColl

A guide to killing your monsters

129% funded

Funded

Another Life

Nick Danziger and Rory MacLean

How We Are Failing the World's Poor

104% funded

Funded

Bandstands: Pavilions for music, leisure and entertainment

Paul Rabbitts

A beautifully illustrated history of bandstands and other pavilions built for music.

33% funded

The Intrapreneur

Gib Bulloch

Find Your Purpose. But Don’t Lose Your Mind.

158% funded

Funded

Speeches of Note

Shaun Usher

From the creator of Letters of Note, a compelling collection of history’s best speeches

138% funded

Funded

Robert Heinlein

Farah Mendlesohn

A major new critical study of the writings of a giant of the SF genre by a Hugo award-winning critic and historian.

123% funded

Funded

A Curious History of Sex

Kate Lister

A cornucopia of giggles, gaffs, titillation, temptations, and exceptional expertise in all things historically sexual from Dr Kate Lister aka @Whores of Yore.

116% funded

Funded

The Secret History of Mac Gaming

Richard Moss

The untold story of a creative, innovative, fiercely-independent gaming scene that was serially ignored by the outside world

148% funded

Funded

Attack of the Flickering Skeletons

Stuart Ashen

More Terrible Old Games You've Probably Never Heard Of

276% funded

Published

Turbans and Tales

Amit and Naroop

A photography book celebrating the powerful identity of Sikhs.

117% funded

Funded

Incandescent

Paul Simpson

Cult Liverpool musician Paul Simpson’s memoir of a life less ordinary.

49% funded

Who Killed Mary Ashford?

Elizabeth Cooke

The case in 1817 made legal history and national headlines - but was Mary Ashford really murdered?

6% funded

Magnificent Women and their Revolutionary Machines

Henrietta Heald

The true story of Britain’s early women engineers

114% funded

Funded

Others

Charles Fernyhough (editor)

Others by Charles Fernyhough (editor): Unbound

105% funded

Funded

Joseph Gray's Camouflage

Mary Horlock

A memoir of the artist and camouflage pioneer spanning two world wars

119% funded

Funded

Letters to a Beekeeper

Alys Fowler and Steve Benbow

A beautifully illustrated story of friendship, passion and useful insects

155% funded

Published

Donaeld the Unready

The Totally True Not Made Up Un-Fake Chronicles of Donaeld the Unready

62% funded

Like an Orange

Wallis Eates

A collaborative graphic novel about brain injury survivors incorporating their words and pictures.

29% funded

Rebel Rebel: How Mavericks Made the Modern World

Chris Sullivan

A riotous history of people and things that broke the mould

126% funded

Funded

The Good Immigrant

Nikesh Shukla

Fifteen writers explore what it means to be Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic in Britain today

203% funded

Published