1. Portraits of Violence Graphic Novel by Brad Evans and Sean Michael Wilson

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    Portraits of Violence Graphic Novel by Brad Evans and Sean Michael Wilson

    Bringing together established academics and award-winning comic book writers and illustrators, Portraits of Violence illustrates the most compelling ideas and episodes in the critique of violence. Ten leading thinkers, including Chomsky, Foucault and Sontag, have their theories presented in ground-breaking comic format. 'I strongly urge you to read this... a compelling and challenging collection that needs to seen by everybody in power or comfortably submitting to it.' - Comics Review. 'An extremely timely book' - Shelf Abuse

  2. Trade Union Education: Transforming the World edited by Mike Seal

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    Trade Union Education: Transforming the World edited by Mike Seal

    This collection of essays challenges us to move trade union education forward through new theory and examples of best practice. Paperback: 240 pages Size: 216mm x 135mm. Also available as ebook.

  3. 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
  4. Heroes in the Evening Mist by William Ash

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    Heroes in the Evening Mist by William Ash

    Heroes in the Evening Mist is the previously unpublished novel by the Texas-born author William Ash. His repeated attempts to escape German prisoner-of-war camps made him one of the models for the character played by Steve McQueen in the film The Great Escape. This, his final novel, evokes heroism, romance, comradeship – and ultimately betrayal.
  5. A New Jerusalem by Benjamin Dickson (PB) A New Jerusalem by Benjamin Dickson (PB)

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    A New Jerusalem by Benjamin Dickson (PB)

    A sensitively-observed graphic novel about trauma and family life in the aftermath of the Second World War. Paperback. Language: English. 152 pages. 24cm x 16.5cm.
  6. 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.

  7. The Women's Atlas by Joni Seager (PB) The Women's Atlas by Joni Seager (PB)

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    The Women's Atlas by Joni Seager (PB)

    This ground-breaking book of infographics charts the status of women worldwide - the advances they have made and the distances still to be travelled. Paperback. 23cm x 17cm. 208 pages.
  8. Bordered Lives by Hsaio-Hung Pai Bordered Lives by Hsaio-Hung Pai

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    Bordered Lives by Hsaio-Hung Pai

    Award-winning journalist’s landmark book in the reporting of Europe’s migrant crisis – and a cry from the heart about an asylum system that is simply not fit for purpose. 'If we are living in a world that keeps creating refugees, and then rejecting those refugees, we have to honour writers such as Hsiao-Hung Pai for shining a light on this madness and refusing to look away' Benjamin Zephaniah, poet Hsiao-Hung Pai is a journalist and author of Chinese Whispers: The Story Behind Britain’s Hidden Army of Labout (2008), shortlisted for the Orwell Book Prize 2009; Scattered Sand: The Story of China’s Rural Migrants, (2012), winner of the Bread and Roses Award 2013, Invisible (2013) and Angry White People (2016). She has written for the Guardian and many Chinese publications worldwide. Articles and extracts from Bordered Lives: 'The camp is run by bad people': an asylum seeker's life in Sicily - The Guardian The Italian Mafia is making cash by exploiting refugees - Huck Magazine Ghettos of Europe the private landlords making billions from refugee shelters in Berlin - Novara Media
    Happy 18th birthday! You’re out! - Open Democracy
    The police just kept laughing and laughing when they saw our huts on fire - Red Pepper

  9. One World Two: A Second Global Anthology of Short Stories One World Two: A Second Global Anthology of Short Stories

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    One World Two: A Second Global Anthology of Short Stories

    Another globe-trotting collection of stories, introducing a diverse range of writers (many well-known alongside some new discoveries), narratives and perspectives conveying the reader across continents, cultures and landscapes. One World Two is even more ambitious than Volume One in its geographic scope, featuring 21 writers drawn from every continent. One World [Vol 1] captures a moment in history representing the changing and evolving world that we are in while reminding us of the enduring nature of the human condition. - World Literature Today

    Buy this and 3 other fiction books together at a whopping 33% discount here!

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  10. The Facts of Life by Paula Knight

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    The Facts of Life by Paula Knight

    A clarion call to recognise that parenting isn’t the be-all and end-all of family life, Paula Knight’s extraordinarily powerful graphic memoir is a beautifully drawn, funny and sometimes painful exploration of what it takes to be a woman, and a mother – or not. 'This is a wonderfully honest, moving, emotional, human story about what we were brought up to expect in life and what hand we actually get dealt, what we want and what others expect of us… And it’s about the fact that no matter what, it is still our life, and we can still make it a good one for ourselves.' Joe Gordon, The Forbidden Planet Paperback: 240 pages Size: 170mm x 220mm