By Jack Hudson
A swimmer's journey from London's wintry lidos to Iceland's Atlantic bays.
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.
Don't Be a Dick
By Anneli Roberts
A collection of short, sweary essays from a girl who wants you to be less of a dick
By Giles Paley-Phillips
A new verse novel from the author of A Little Piece of Mind and One Hundred and Fifty-Two Days.
A Feast of Folklore
By Ben Gazur
From witch cake to wassailing, strange stories of Britain's food.
Paint My Name In Black And Gold
By Mark Andrews
Paint My Name In Black And Gold is the story of the first five years of The Sisters of Mercy.
Titan of the Thames
By Sandy Nairne and Peter Williams
The first biography of Lord Desborough, a towering figure of early 20th century public life.
When Grief Equals Love
By Lizzie Pickering
Long-term Perspectives on Living with Loss
The Hidden Matrix: Myth and the Human Mind
By Neil Philip
One of our foremost interpreters of myth argues that it is essential to all culture: the factory reset of human consciousness
Mind the Inclusion Gap
By Suzy Levy
How good allies can bridge the divide between talking diversity and taking action
Everyone Everywhere: Mixed Race Family Stories
By Lucas Fothergill
The story of mixed-race Britain; a series of heartfelt & joyous tales about ordinary families.
Do You Believe In The Power Of Rock & Roll?
By John Robb
A high-octane first-person history of the last 40 years of rock music