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)

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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

  3. 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
  4. 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

  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. 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.

  9. 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

  10. 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