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    Since 1973 we’ve worked to unearth and amplify the most vital, exciting voices we can find, wherever they come from, and we’ve published all kinds of books – thoughtful, upsetting, gripping, beatific, vulgar, chaste, unrepentant, life-changing…

    Along the way there have been landmarks of fiction – including Alasdair Gray’s masterpiece Lanark, and Yann Martel’s Life of Pi, the best-ever-selling Booker winner – and non-fiction too – from Barack Obama’s memoir Dreams From My Father to Samin Nosrat’s new cookery classic Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. We’ve campaigned for causes we believe in and fought court cases to get our authors heard. Twice we’ve won Publisher of the Year, and this year (2021) we’re Independent Publisher of the Year.

    We’re fiercely independent, and we’re as committed to unorthodox and innovative publishing as ever.

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    Coming Undone


    Coming Undone: A Memoir

    A powerful, raw and unflinchingly honest account of a life coming undone

    Consolations: The Solace, Nourishment and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words

    David Whyte explores the underlying meaning of 52 ordinary words, with an introduction by Maria Popova of Brain Pickings

    See/Saw: Looking at Photographs

    A full-colour illuminated history of how photographs frame and change the world, from the award-winning author of The Ongoing Moment

    How Not To Be a Boy

    THE NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER - Robert Webb's part-memoir, part call-to-arms

    I Get Loud


    The Fall of the Stone City

    From the Man Booker International Prize winner comes a story of the great city of Gjirokaster and of a secret meeting that may have changed the face of Europe in the twentieth century

    (M)otherhood: On the choices of being a woman

    Part memoir and reflective analysis, Pragya Agarwal examines motherhood and fertility and how it shapes all our lives

    1933 Was A Bad Year

    A wonderful tale of childhood and its dissipation into adulthood from the man who inspired Bukowski