1. Sensible Footwear: A Girl's Guide by Kate Charlesworth (PB) Sensible Footwear: A Girl's Guide by Kate Charlesworth (PB)

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    Sensible Footwear: A Girl's Guide by Kate Charlesworth (PB)

    Cartoonist Kate Charlesworth presents a glorious pageant of LGBTQI+ history, as she takes us on a PRIDE march past personal and political milestones from the 1950s to the present day. Peopled by a cast of gay icons such as Dusty Springfield, Billie Jean King, Dirk Bogarde and Alan Turing, and featuring key moments such as Stonewall, Gay Pride and Section 28, Sensible Footwear: A Girl's Guide, is the first graphic history documenting lesbian life from 1950 to the present. It is a stunning, personal, graphic memoir and a milestone itself in LGBTQI+ history. Size: 24cm x 18cm. Paperback. 320 pages.
  2. Billionaires by Darryl Cunningham (PB) Billionaires by Darryl Cunningham (PB)

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    Billionaires by Darryl Cunningham (PB)

    Who are the super-rich in our society, and how do they have such disproportionate political and cultural influence on our lives? How did they acquire their wealth, and what are their lives like?

    'Like Darryl Cunningham’s previous graphic novels, Billionaires displays his brilliant faculty for communicating serious and complex information in an accessible and entertaining way—something that the comic media can excel at. Immaculately researched and clearly told, this book should be required reading—by everyone!' Bryan Talbot, writer/artist

    Paperback. 240 pages, 23cm x 16cm

  3. Brave New Words: The Power of Writing Now edited by Susheila Nasta (PB)

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    Brave New Words: The Power of Writing Now edited by Susheila Nasta (PB)

    Fifteen specially commissioned essays from distinguished authors explore the value of critical thinking, the power of the written word, and the resonance of literature in the twenty-first century.

    Contributors: Bernardine Evaristo, Githa Hariharan, Eva Hoffman, Romesh Gunesekera, James Kelman, Tabish Khair, Kei Miller, Blake Morrison, Mukoma wa Ngugi, Hsiao-Hung Pai, Olumide Popoola, Shivanee Ramlochan, Bina Shah, Raja Shehadeh and Marina Warner.

    Paperback, 304 pages
    Size: 20cm x 13cm
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-1-912408-20-7

    ‘As long as we have literature as a bulwark against intolerance, and as a force for change, then we have a chance... Literature is plurality in action; it embraces and celebrates a place of no truths; it relishes ambiguity, and it deeply respects the place where everybody has the right to be understood.’—Caryl Phillips

  4. The Wolf of Baghdad by Carol Isaacs (The Surreal McCoy) (PB)

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    The Wolf of Baghdad by Carol Isaacs (The Surreal McCoy) (PB)

    In the 1940s a third of Baghdad’s population was Jewish. Within a decade nearly all 150,000 had been expelled, killed or had escaped. This graphic memoir of a lost homeland is a wordless narrative by an author homesick for a home she has never visited.

    Paperback, 208 pages
    Published January 2020
    Size 24cm x 17cm
    ISBN 978-1-912408-55-9

    'Enthralling and moving. It is magical.' Claudia Roden

  5. Easier Ways to Say I Love You by Lucy Fry (PB)

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    Easier Ways to Say I Love You by Lucy Fry (PB)

    A memoir on love, lust and attachment: one woman’s remarkable and candid account of transforming a difficult and uncomfortable love triangle into an honest polyamorous relationship.

    Paperback, 224 pages
    Published February 2020
    Language English
    Size 20cm x 13cm
    ISBN 9781912408597



    'An important voice, beautifully written.' —Evie Wyld

  6. How To Be Autistic by Charlotte Amelia Poe

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    How To Be Autistic by Charlotte Amelia Poe

    An urgent, funny, shocking, and impassioned memoir by the winner of the Spectrum Art Prize 2018, How To Be Autistic by Charlotte Amelia Poe presents the rarely shown point of view of someone living with autism.

    ‘A passionate, hugely articulate argument for the acceptance of difference. Every teacher, every parent, every person should read this book.' Meg Rosoff

    Paperback: 160 pages
    Publisher: Myriad Editions (19 September 2019)
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-1-912408-32-0
    Size: 111mm x 178mm

  7. The Book of Sarah by Sarah Lightman

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    The Book of Sarah by Sarah Lightman

    Distilled from thousands of diary drawings begun in her parents’ garden shed back in 1996, Sarah Lightman’s The Book of Sarah is an alternative bible to the one she moved away from, along with the religious Jewish lifestyle she followed as a teenager. Hardback Length: 240 pages Language: English Publisher: Myriad Publication date: May 2019 ISBN: 978-1-908434-51-7 Size: 170mm x 240 mm
  8. Be With by Mike Barnes

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    Be With by Mike Barnes

    Poet Mike Barnes has spent years caring for his mother, Mary, through the stages of moderate, severe, very severe and late-stage Alzheimer’s. In this eloquent series of letters, addressed to an anonymous long-term dementia carer, he transforms his own increasingly challenging experience into a wellspring of clarity and understanding, support and solace. ‘Timely, lyrical, tough, accurate, and ultimately not (too) depressing. Or as my aunts used to say, Roll up your sleeves.’ Margaret Atwood
  9. What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape by Sohaila Abdulali What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape by Sohaila Abdulali

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    What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape by Sohaila Abdulali

    Sohaila Abdulali, gang-raped as a teenager, speaking as the first Indian survivor to speak out about rape, writes from the viewpoint of a survivor, counsellor and activist, and draws on three decades of grappling with the issue personally and professionally, and her work with hundreds of survivors. Sohaila Abdulali looks at what we - women, men, politicians, teachers, writers, sex workers, feminist, victims and families - think about rape and what we say. Paperback. 240 pages. 19.8cm x 12.9cm.

    Also available as an eBook
  10. Redemption Ground Essays by Lorna Goodison Redemption Ground Essays by Lorna Goodison

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    Redemption Ground Essays by Lorna Goodison

    In her first-ever collection of essays, poet and novelist Lorna Goodison interweaves the personal and political to explore themes that have occupied her working life: her love of poetry and the arts, colonialism and its legacy, racism and social justice, authenticity, and the enduring power of friendship. Also available as an eBook Paperback. 176 pages. Language: English. Publisher: Myriad. Size: 19.8cm x 12.9cm.
  11. Escaping Wars and Waves By Olivier Kugler (HB)

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    Escaping Wars and Waves By Olivier Kugler (HB)

    Kugler's compelling series of evocative drawings documents the experiences of Syrian refugees he met in Iraqi Kurdistan, Greece, France, Germany, Switzerland and England. Hardback, 80 pages. Size: 29.7cm x 23cm.

  12. The Inking Woman by Cath Tate and Nicola Streeten

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    The Inking Woman by Cath Tate and Nicola Streeten

    The Inking Woman is a groundbreaking picture-led celebration of the work of over 100 named British artists, and a few more anonymous ones, revealing a wealth of women’s wit and insight spanning 250 years. 'Like so much art, women have taken a back seat. Now they are forefront and I am SO proud!' Sandi Toksvig

    Hardback: 144 pages. Language: English. Publisher: Myriad Editions. Publication date: 2018. Size: 216 mm x 278 mm

  13. Becoming Unbecoming by Una Becoming Unbecoming by Una

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    Becoming Unbecoming by Una

    A devastating personal account of gender violence told in graphic-novel form, set against the backdrop of the 1970s Yorkshire Ripper man-hunt. 'She dedicates her book ‘to all the others.’ It’s the first book I ever read that was dedicated to me.' Sarah Hildebrand, Public Books
  14. Supercrash by Darryl Cunningham Supercrash by Darryl Cunningham

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    Supercrash by Darryl Cunningham

    Darryl Cunningham's latest investigation takes us to the heart of free-world politics and the financial crisis, as he traces the roots of bankrupt countries to the domination of right-wing policies and the people who created them. 'Distils a vast amount into a rapid-paced, accessible narrative that demystifies the financial and ideological forces behind the crash.' Sunday Sydney Morning Herald
  15. Talking to Gina by Ottilie Hainsworth

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    Talking to Gina by Ottilie Hainsworth

    Talking to Gina is a love letter to a dog who came into a family's life and turned it upside down. Beautiful, moving, funny, poetic, it will make you laugh and cry. For every family who's ever loved a pet and also a must-read for anyone who is thinking of getting one. Paperback: 240 pages Size: 16 cm x 16 cm
  16. Marie Duval by Simon Grennan, Rodger Sabin and Julian Waite

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    Marie Duval by Simon Grennan, Rodger Sabin and Julian Waite

    Marie Duval (1847–1890) was a groundbreaking Victorian female cartoonist whose wide range of work, depicting an urban, often working class milieu, has been largely forgotten. This is a book for pleasure: the first to celebrate her life and work. 'Marie Duval is one of the forgotten wonders of 19th-century art. Her drawings have something in common with Honoré Daumier, but also look forward almost uncannily to modern comics in their fantastical surreal wit.'
    Jonathan Jones, The Guardian 'A superb study…Combining fascinating insight with honesty and appraisal, we’re treated to an extraordinary journey into the world of late Victorian humour… positively glorious.'
    John Freeman, Down the Tubes Hardback: 144 Size: 278 mm x 216 mm
  17. Billy, Me & You by Nicola Streeten

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    Billy, Me & You by Nicola Streeten

    Highly Commended - British Medical Association Book Award: Popular Medical Category 2012 A moving, surprisingly funny, and inspiring graphic memoir by a woman who lost her two-year-old son after heart surgery, Billy, Me & You is a bracing and memorable account of recovery after bereavement. "Several close friends of mine have lost a child… This beautiful book, by Nicola Streeten, gave me a rare insight into something of what they went through." - Julie Hesmondhalgh, Observer Paperback, 208 pages Size: 152mm x 230mm
  18. The Big Push by Cynthia Enloe The Big Push by Cynthia Enloe

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    The Big Push by Cynthia Enloe

    This is a manual for taking us to the finishing line of gender equality. Without understanding the incredible tentacles of patriarchy and its reinventions, we are destined to fight old battles as well as new ones. A jolt of new energy for longstanding feminists and a "must read" for our new generations.' " Helena Kennedy, QC Leading feminist Cynthia Enloe pulls back the curtain on patriarchy to reveal not only the blatant sexism we can all identify, but also the insidious persistence of particular forms of masculinity and authoritarianism in daily life.
  19. Bump by Kate Evans Bump by Kate Evans

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    Bump by Kate Evans

    Kate Evans, celebrated author of the breastfeeding bestseller, *The Food of Love*, acclaimed cartoonist and mother, turns her attention to the joys and pains of growing a baby. "Kate Evans [has] a rare talent to inspire and amuse. There’s passion without pomposity and humour by the bucketful." - New Internationalist Also available as an eBook
  20. The Food of Love by Kate Evans The Food of Love by Kate Evans

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    The Food of Love by Kate Evans

    Fresh and funny, this perfect gift for new mothers is a refreshingly different guide to breastfeeding. Packed with hilarious and stylish graphics, it will entertain the rest of us too: partners, friends and anyone who has ever wondered how it all works. "Beautiful to look at (the cartoons are wonderful); informative and – best of all – funny." - Association of Breastfeeding Mothers Also available as an eBook
  21. Billy, Me & You by Nicola Streeten Billy, Me & You by Nicola Streeten

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    Billy, Me & You by Nicola Streeten

    Highly Commended - British Medical Association Book Award: Popular Medical Category 2012 A moving, surprisingly funny, and inspiring graphic memoir by a woman who lost her two-year-old son after heart surgery, Billy, Me & You is a bracing and memorable account of recovery after bereavement. "Several close friends of mine have lost a child… This beautiful book, by Nicola Streeten, gave me a rare insight into something of what they went through." - Julie Hesmondhalgh, Observer Also available as an eBook
  22. Hole In the Heart by Henny Beaumont

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    Hole In the Heart by Henny Beaumont

    When the registrar told Henny and her husband that their daughter might have Down’s Syndrome, she thought that her life was over. How would she be able to look after this baby, who might die, and manage her other two children at the same time? Hole in the Heart is a moving, funny, ironic and refreshingly honest look at living with a child who has special needs. "Powerful and deeply honest... Henny's words and stunning art work speak to everyone, whether they have a child with a learning disability or not." - Mencap Graphic Novel Paperback: 288 pages Size: 170mm x 240mm
  23. eBook: Rumble Strip by Woodrow Phoenix

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    eBook: Rumble Strip by Woodrow Phoenix

    If you want to get away with murder... buy a car. Woodrow Phoenix’s impassioned and beautifully drawn graphic novel questions our love affair with cars, and asks why, when you are in the driving seat, killing other people is not murder. Or even manslaughter. It’s… misfortune. “Phoenix articulates - and illustrates the devastating combination of human and machine on our roads.” - Lovereading “One utterly original work of genius. It should be made mandatory reading for everyone, everywhere.” - The Times