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Route Offline

Route Offline

Route Offline (Route 20) is a festival of contemporary stories that brings together in printed form a series of distinguished collections which were initially published online.

On Not Winning the Nobel Prize (Free ebook)

On Not Winning the Nobel Prize (Free ebook)

Doris Lessing was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2007. In the customary lecture that accompanies a Nobel award, Lessing gave a speech on the value of reading and its importance to a general education. This book is a transcript of that speech.

Warehouse

Warehouse

Funk, blues and short fiction collection created by a generation of young men of unfortunate destiny.

The Blackstuff

The Blackstuff

An On the Road for today’s generation. The debut book from the nomadic Val Cale – a road book that tells his story of his search for himself as he travels round the world at the turn of the 21st century.

Howl for Now

Howl for Now

Howl for Now is a celebration of Allen Ginsberg’s epic protest poem. Contributors include poet David Meltzer, Ginsberg collaborator Steven Taylor, film director Ronald Nameth and rock composer Bill Nelson.

‘Howl for Now adds to our understanding of a great poem, a poem as influential in its own way as ‘The Waste Land’ was on an earlier generation’ – Brian Patten

Next Stop Hope

Next Stop Hope

Route (14) Next Stop Hope was the first title in the Route Series of Contemporary Stories to appear in book form, the previous 13 issues had been newspapers. This full anthology contains new work from all the regular contributors to the Route newspaper, plus two further collections edited by M Y Alam and Anthony Cropper.

‘Your next stop should be the book shop.’ – Leeds Guide

Art, Truth and Politics – The Nobel Lecture (Free ebook)

Art, Truth and Politics – The Nobel Lecture (Free ebook)

Harold Pinter was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2005. In the customary lecture that accompanies a Nobel award, Pinter gave a speech on political atrocity within the framework of language. This book is a transcript of that speech.

Across The Tracks

Across The Tracks

Across the Tracks captures the Louder Than Words 2015 festival in book form, a riotous compendium of stories and ideas expressed over the weekend from punk to folk, mod to metal, prog to Brit-pop, Manchester to Liverpool and all places in between.

Route Order

Route Order

Additional copy of Leave The Capital by Paul Hanley

Like A Dog To Its Vomit

Like A Dog To Its Vomit

Challenging, complex and enthralling debut novel from the incomparable author and poet Daithidh MacEochaidh.

‘You could love this book for its courage. Genius.’ – Artscene

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