The Birds They Sang

Stanisław Łubieński

April 2020 | £9.99 | 192

Birds have inspired people since the dawn of time. They are the notes behind Mozart’s genius, the colours behind Audubon’s art and ballet’s swansong. In The Birds They Sang, Stanisław Łubieński sheds light on some of history’s most meaningful bird […]

Smashing It

Edited by Sabrina Mahfouz

October 2019 | £12.99 | $18.95 | 192pp

Working-class artists are hugely under-represented in the arts industries, facing extra challenges from unpaid work to prejudice, though they make up a third of the British population. How can we break this cycle of inequality? Smashing It celebrates […]

Wally Funk’s Race for Space

Sue Nelson

October 2018 | £14.99 | 272pp

A DAILY MAIL BOOK OF THE WEEK ‘Wally Funk’s character leaps off the page …  fantastic and so inspirational.’ Naga Munchetty, BBC Breakfast THE BIOGRAPHY OF WALLY FUNK AS SEEN IN THE ACCLAIMED MAJOR NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY MERCURY 13 […]

Zealot

Reza Aslan

March 2014 | £9.99 | 352pp

Sifting through centuries of mythmaking, Reza Aslan sheds new light on one of history’s most influential and enigmatic figures by examining Jesus within the context of the times in which he lived: the age of zealotry, an era […]

Asian Britain

Susheila Nasta

with Florian Stadtler

October 2013 | £20.00 | 300pp

South Asians have lived in Britain for centuries. From the first trade conducted between the two nations along the Silk Route to the adoption of Chicken Tikka Masala as a national dish, the ongoing mutual exchange of cultures […]

Meet Me in Gaza

Louisa B. Waugh

June 2013 | £16.99 | 304pp

Do Gazans ever have fun? Is the Strip beautiful? And do TV reports actually reflect ordinary life inside the world’s largest ‘open-air prison’? From beautiful beaches to sealed borders, from a secret New Year’s Eve party to a […]

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