Spanning Victorian Oxford to the London of the 1980s, “All the Perverse Angels” is a novel about the nature of loss and the confusion of love, about the stories we are told and the stories we tell ourselves
Abernathy is the story of the end of things: the end of a young woman’s life. The end of simplicity. The end of complacency. The end of everything as it’s always been.
A guide to help you reconnect with the seasons, through gardening, eating seasonally, moon gazing, foraging, celebrating feast days and picking bunches of seasonal flowers
An anthology of brilliant London Magazine stories to celebrate its editor Alan Ross
A graphic novel about my experience of the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004
Reunited as teenagers, two childhood friends discover the secrets and complexities of their image-obsessed hometown
The time I infiltrated Google HQ and other stories, as heard on Absolute Radio
A tragicomic memoir about intrusive sexual thoughts
A book exploring the influence of Darwin on everyone
Dominic Frisby has solved the economic crisis - support his book and find out how
The sequel to the bestselling Letters of Note
Collating the obscure dregs of the eighties and nineties video game industry so we can all point and laugh
A psychological thriller that explores whether evil is born or made
The comedy legend’s first novel charts a TV soap star’s descent into disgrace and his attempts to recover his dignity
The only thing worse than waking up with the hangover from hell is waking up with a hangover in hell
Family secrets and intersecting stories, tinged with psychic prediction and anticipated consequence
A tribal medicine woman must learn the truth of her past and the extent of her abilities to protect her people from alien invaders who steal the life force of others.
An adventure story set in a prison for children, where the characters are busy fighting their emotional demons when a real one turns up
Look! It’s an imaginary encyclopaedia, illustrated reference book and delightful bedside companion
Daedalus Mole has made some mistakes, but taking a wanted fugitive on an interstellar pub crawl is definitely the second-worst
The extraordinary science behind what makes babies happy and why
Mrs Stephen Fry's guide to an almost perfect marriage, just like hers...
Unbound's first first-time novelist - her pitch is almost a movie in itself...
How do you make a living as a band in a world that doesn't want to pay?
Unbound's very first poet publishes his 'best of' collection
A celebration of Chichester's theatre by the city's most celebrated author
The definitive insider history of London clubland in the early 80s
The book of the BBC Radio 4 series starring Stephen Fry, Daniel Rigby and Tamsin Greig
A darkly funny set of linked tales about vengeful phones and hoovers
Jonathan Meades on places and the people that make them