Good News Hackney: Everything Must Go

Ewan Gaffney

Street level snapshots from a borough under pressure.

6% funded

Deserter presents: Today South London, Tomorrow South London

Andrew Grumbridge and Vincent Raison

A humorous guide to the less beaten paths of London, south of the river

116% funded

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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.

121% funded

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The Little Girl Who Gave Zero Fucks

Amy Kean (author) and J Milton (illustrator)

A fairy tale of everyday bravery and beautifully illustrated feminist handbook for the modern day

127% funded

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Arbitrary and Unnecessary

Daniel Piper

The debut collection of comedy short stories, poems and plays by writer, comedian and national poetry slam champion Daniel Piper.

112% funded

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I Went For a Walk

Gabriel Stewart

Gabriel Stewart decided to walk 1,000 miles around the UK on his gap year. This is the story of how it all went spectacularly wrong.

103% funded

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Dishonourable Member

Nathaniel Tapley

Explosive diaries from Britain's most bulbous MP

62% funded

Winless: My Year With Football’s Ultimate Underdogs

Carl Jones

In 2015/16, New Mills AFC went an entire season without winning a game. In 2016/17, they let one of the UK’s most underappreciated comedians tag along for the ride.

19% funded

Note To Boy

Sue Clark

A comic novel about what happens when the worlds of a 1960s fashion diva and a modern teenager collide: she wants revenge and her reputation back; he’d settle for a safe haven and a warm coat.

63% funded

An Other's Look

James Ellis

Sometimes, for one’s own sanity, it’s best to rip up an entire life and start again. The question is: whose life? And who does the ripping?

82% funded

Boring: A Celebration of Misplaced Enthusiasm

James Ward

Would you like to help publish the world's most Boring book?

18% funded

Into It

Amelia Perrin

a celebration of being unironically obsessed with things

7% funded

The New Satire

Simon Jay

Can we still use comedy as a political weapon in the age of Trump?

2% funded