Daisy Belle: Swimming Champion of the World

Caitlin Davies

A tale of love, betrayal and swimming based on the true stories of champion Victorian women.

107% funded

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Soap The Stamps, Jump The Tube

Gail Thibert

Nineteen years old with freshly dyed blue hair, punk rocker Gail places an advert in a music paper for ‘likeminded friends and weirdos’. Soap the Stamps, Jump the Tube follows her autobiographical journey through the 80s underground music and squatting scene in London

50% funded

Sanctuary: A pictorial history of Dartington Summer School of Music

Harriet Cunningham

How a music school and festival became a meeting place for the world’s greatest musicians, in words and pictures

34% funded

Poetry By Me Inspired By You

Katya Boirand

Five words of your choice provoke a chain of creation.

35% funded

Apple Island Wife: One Woman's Adventures on Five Acres in Tasmania

Fiona Stocker

What happens when you move to Tasmania on a hunch, with a husband who aspires to be an alpaca whisperer and a feral cockerel? Can you cook the cockerel for dinner, or has it got rigor mortis?

46% funded

Four Feet Under

Tamsen Courtenay

Thirty homeless people share the secrets of their lives, through first-hand accounts, conversations and intimate photographs

101% funded

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Pure

Rose Bretécher

A tragicomic memoir about intrusive sexual thoughts

152% funded

Published

The Lido Guide

Janet Wilkinson and Emma Pusill

A practical, beautiful, inspiring guide to the outdoor pools of the UK

52% funded

Dear Mr Darwin

Stephanie Bretherton

The future is ours to shape, but history is made by the survivors… In a timeless tale of love and human ingenuity, two women are separated by millennia but connected by hope

70% funded

Fukushima Dreams

Zelda Rhiando

A gripping literary thriller set in post-tsunami Japan, where a missing child continues to haunt his parents long after the waves have receded.

102% funded

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Sour Fruit

Eli Allison

In a not too distant future, people are split into either Citizens with rights or VOIDs with nothing. Forced to live in the former port, the VOIDs have adapted to the floods; the brutal nature of life outside of society however, is not so easy.

92% funded

Heart of Glass

Ivy Ngeow

A pacy literary thriller set in the 1980s’ disco era

101% funded

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F**k The Radio, We've Got Apple Juice

Miranda Ward

How do you make a living as a band in a world that doesn't want to pay?

109% funded

Published

Chichester Festival Theatre at Fifty

Kate Mosse

A celebration of Chichester's theatre by the city's most celebrated author

103% funded

Published

The Elegant Art Of Falling Apart

Jessica Jones

Sometimes we have to lose everything to understand this moment is all we have

105% funded

Published

Brenda Monk Is Funny

Katy Brand

Meet Brenda Monk - she's a woman who does stand up

114% funded

Published

Smart Tart

Tamasin Day-Lewis

A life spent cooking and writing turned into a delicious memoir

111% funded

Published

Unchosen

Julie Burchill

The UK’s most controversial journalist on why she loves the Jewish people

126% funded

Published

Saving Bletchley Park

Sue Black

The story of the saving of the home of modern computing

219% funded

Published

Springfield Road

Salena Godden

A poetic, funny and touching memoir of childhood in the 1970s

113% funded

Published

Family Breakdown

Penelope Leach

Childcare expert Penelope Leach shows that we can make the divorce process better for children

105% funded

Published

The Irish Pasha

Louise Foxcroft

The astonishing private and public lives of a maverick Edwardian Egyptologist

106% funded

Published

The House of Fiction

Phyllis Richardson

A cultural exploration of British houses in fiction

108% funded

Published