Winter at the Bookshop: Politics and Poverty, St Anns in the 1960s

by Sylvia Riley

Winter at the Bookshop was a raw, warm, cold experience. Raw with chapped fingers clutching kettles of boiling water from the gas-stove, mul …

Available (Published: December 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170663


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Sneinton People

by Dave Ablitt

This is Sneinton, inner city Nottingham, in the 1980s – a selection of interviews that first appeared in Sneinton Magazine. The interviews r …

Available (Published: September 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170670


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Isaac and I: A Life in Poetry

by Chris Searle

Isaac and I is the autobiography of Chris Searle, who braces his own story with the life of his greatest influence, East London poet Isaac R …

Available (Published: May 2017)
ISBN: 9781910170434


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John Clare: The Trespasser

by John Goodridge, R.K.R. Thornton

John Clare was reputedly a solitary, shy man, at one with nature and the world around him. Although these authors have both published books …

Available (Published: July 2016)
ISBN: 9781910170298


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The World is a Wedding

by Bernard Kops

A welcome re-issue of Bernard Kops’ autobiography of his early years in London’s East End through to his emergence as a major writer in Soho …

Available (Published: December 2008)
ISBN: 9781905512331


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The London Years

by Rudolf Rocker

The London Years is the autobiography of a remarkable man and a window into a long-forgotten world. Rudolf Rocker was a German Catholic who …

Available (Published: November 2004)
ISBN: 9780907123309


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Evelyn Gibbs: Artist and Traveller

by Pauline Lucas

This biography of Evelyn Gibbs RE marks the tenth anniversary of her death, and waspublished to coincide with a retrospective touring exhibi …

Out of print (Originally published: November 2001)
ISBN: 9780907123835


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