A book about women in philosophy by women in philosophy
15 master storytellers and Rory Bremner on the struggles that shaped them
Independent Games at the Dawn of the Internet
The inspiring life story of a former child soldier from northern Uganda
A record of 100 evenings at the legendary 100 Club
A brand new gaming book from the YouTube channel DidYouKnowGaming?
A collection of stories, essays and art from autistic authors and artists.
One man's obsession with seeing his beloved non-league football team play at Wembley.
A memoir from the actor who played Rifleman Harris on Sharpe's Rifles
Not Speaking is a lively and unusual family memoir, and a slice of social history.
A search for meaning through the historic counties of England
Addiction, physical and mental illness and its aftermath: a collection of stories and poetry from writers in recovery.
The story of one remarkable and man and his family who remains committed to the ideals of the original revolution despite decades of persecution, torture and imprisonment.
A book of insider stories drawn from the music scene of the North West in the days of punk, ‘Madchester’ and acid house.
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.
My year on the dancefloor
50 reflections on practical philosophy from the world’s leading thinkers.
Grief, Joy and Spilled Rum at the World’s Death Festivals
The definitive collection of recipes from one of our greatest food writers
The remarkable story of a WWII Commando who transformed British comedy.
The Warp-Speed Guide to the Universe
How to change lives with words.
A biography of Barbara Mullen, one of the twentieth century's great fashion models
A wide-ranging and timely new perspective on writing about the natural world and our place within it
Bridget Jones meets Erin Brockovich and Elizabeth Gilbert – wearing a strap on, at a sex party
The authorised history of London's most notorious drinking club
a celebration of being unironically obsessed with things
Imagine the past in colour? Now you don’t have to…
How what scares us, makes us.