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Born in the 1980s

Born in the 1980s

(Route 21) The generation born in the 1980s tell their story as they come of age. Fear not for the intelligence of our youth, this collection is full of insight.

Anarchy in the Year Zero

Anarchy in the Year Zero

The Sex Pistols, The Clash and the ‘Class of 76. This is the story of the birth of Punk, with a capital P. Year Zero, 1976. ‘For those who weren’t there, but swear they were, now you are.’ – Richard Boon, former Buzzcocks manager

Right Up Your Street

Right Up Your Street

The Express Columns Volume One: a compendium of real stories drawn from the weekly columns Ian Clayton has written for his local paper, the Pontefract and Castleford Express.

Song For My Father

Song For My Father

‘Song For My Father breaks your heart then puts it back together, often with the kindness of strangers. Clayton unearths the poetry of the everyday and his journey makes us re-evaluate our own. A rare thing, a book that makes us laugh, cry and question.’ – Alice Nutter

Wordworms

Wordworms

Magical junior collection from Mark Gwynne Jones. Wordworms! Words that worm, full of psychic powers, they used to rock a busy room but now they circle planets – Words – they’re alive!

Jimmys Hall

Jimmys Hall

The official tie-in book of major motion picture from Palm d’Or filmmaking team Ken Loach and Paul Laverty, Jimmy’s Hall is a story inspired by the life and times of Jimmy Gralton and a country hall in Ireland.

Coal, Goals and Ashes

Coal, Goals and Ashes

Fryston Colliery’s Pursuit of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup. A century of footballing exploits by a team from the heart of the Yorkshire coalfield.

Rites

Rites

Debut from Sophie Coulombeau, winner of the Next Great Novelist Award 2012.

‘Terrific. A story that’s intriguing, puzzling and entirely gripping.’ – Philip Pullman

All Embracing and Other Stories

All Embracing and Other Stories

‘Shining a tender light on the human heart, these stories capture the dignity of ordinary individuals and the wonderful everydayness of love. A delight to read.’ – Michelle Spring, Royal Literary Fellow, Magdalene College, Cambridge. Longlisted for the 2012 Frank O’Connor International Short Story Prize.

In Praise of Reading and Fiction (Free Ebook)

In Praise of Reading and Fiction (Free Ebook)

A transcript of Mario Vargas Llosa’s Nobel lecture from 2010, where he describes reading and fiction as a parallel life where we can take refuge against adversity.

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