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  • Funny Weather by Kate Evans

    From one of Britain's most talented young comic artists, here is a scathingly humorous, and thoroughly researched, exploration of climate change. "Tackles the grim subject of climate change with innovation, humour and clarity... this well-drawn tome is essential reading." - Big Issue Paperback: 96 pages Size: 148mm x 210mm Learn More

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  • 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 Paperback: 192 pages Size: 152mm x 230mm Learn More
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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

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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 Learn More

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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 Learn More

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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. Learn More
  • 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.

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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 Learn More
  • 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 Learn More
  • 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. Learn More

    Regular Price: £14.99

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