Queer as Folklore
By Sacha Coward
The hidden queer history of myth & folklore; it’s time to drag those monsters out of the closet!
Radical Shakespeare: Why do we get him so wrong?
By Pauline Kiernan
A timely study which restores the revolutionary message of Shakespeare's art.
The Low Road
By Katharine Quarmby
The Convictions of Hannah Tyrrell
A Feast of Folklore
By Ben Gazur
From witch cake to wassailing, strange stories of Britain's food.
The Hush-Kit Book of Warplanes Volume 2
By Joe Coles (editor)
Thoughty2 Presents: Bread and Circuses
By Arran Lomas
What Did The Romans Ever Do For Us?
William and the Werewolf
By Michael Smith
A beautifully illustrated translation of the 14th century chivalric epic.
Casting the Runes: The Letters of MR James
By Jane Mainley-Piddock
Foreword by Mark Gatiss
99 Immigrants Who Made Britain Great
By Canbury Press
From Handel to Mo Farah, let’s celebrate the immigrants who have shaped modern Britain
By Freya Aitken-Turff and Xiao Ma
The rich history of London’s most iconic cultural district
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
The Secret Commonwealth
By Jane Stevenson
History and folklore collide when a 17th century alchemist discovers there are supernatural forces at work as England slides towards Civil War