Here it is at last – all my poetry collected in one place. Oh, and some illustrations too
A history of the British Empire told through drink
An epic novel about identity in the internet age
The Former EMEA President and CEO of the world’s largest PR firm on the end of PR
The Sunday Times best-selling collection of 125 of the world's most entertaining, inspiring and unusual letters
A poetic, funny and touching memoir of childhood in the 1970s
The book of the BBC Radio 4 series starring Stephen Fry, Daniel Rigby and Tamsin Greig
First collection from the Poet Laureate of Twitter
A tragicomic memoir about intrusive sexual thoughts
The Satanic Panic Of The 1980s – A Memoir And A Mystery Story
One man's search for truth, beauty and some really funny stories as he visits Utopian communities
Not so much police intelligence as intelligent policing
The strangest detective story in the history of music
A new book by legendary illustrator Raymond Briggs
A darkly funny set of linked tales about vengeful phones and hoovers
Jonathan Meades on places and the people that make them
Dark, clever, funny: two new stories from a modern master
A journey that supporters of Unbound can fund one chapter at a time
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
Mrs Stephen Fry's guide to an almost perfect marriage, just like hers...
A polemical, personal but exhaustively detailed account of the fall of the House of Murdoch
A sci-fi novel by the star of Red Dwarf set 200 years in the future
Heat magazine – 18th century style
An illustrated anthology in which 26 writers respond to 26 treasures in 4 museums, using only 62 words
Sometimes we have to lose everything to understand this moment is all we have
Does neuroscience change our understanding of ourselves?