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Nineteen Forty-Eight

by Andy Croft

Nineteen Forty-eight is a comic verse-novel, audaciously rewriting George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-four in Pushkin sonnets. Set during the 1 …

Available (Published: May 2012)
ISBN: 9781907869327


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The Oxygen Man

by Joanne Limburg

The poems that make up The Oxygen Man were written in response to the death of the author’s younger brother, a brilliant chemist who took hi …

Available (Published: May 2012)
ISBN: 9781907869587


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Beneath the Blue Sky: Four Decades of a Travelling Life in Britain

by Dominic Reeve

Dominic Reeve’s Smoke in the Lanes is a classic account of the old days of horse-drawn Romani wagons, but Travelling people embraced a new w …

Available (Published: March 2012)
ISBN: 9781907869303


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The Furnished Room

by Laura Del-Rivo

Joe Beckett drifts from job to job and woman to woman in a seedy world of bedsitters and all-night cafes. Living in the wasteland between No …

Out of print (Originally published: November 2011)
ISBN: 9781907869143


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Baron’s Court, All Change

by Terry Taylor

Described as the Holy Grail of Beatnik (and Mod) novels, Terry Taylor’s only published book, unavailable for decades, documents one summer i …

Temporarily out of stock (Originally published: November 2011)
ISBN: 9781907869273


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Next Year Will Be Better

by John Lucas

The 1950s are often seen as the “grey decade”, marred by austerity, rationing and conformity. True, but Next Year Will Be Better also tells …

Available (Published: November 2011)
ISBN: 9781907869297


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Battle for the East End: Jewish Responses to Fascism in the 1930s

by David Rosenberg

Throughout the 1930s, Oswald Mosley’s Blackshirts increased their campaign against the Jewish community, particularly in London’s East End. …

Available (Published: October 2011)
ISBN: 9781907869181


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Street of Tall People

by Alan Gibbons

Set in the East End of London in 1936, this is the story of an unlikely friendship between a Jewish and a Gentile boy during the upsurge of …

Available (Published: October 2011)
ISBN: 9781907869235


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Battle of Cable Street, 1936

by Cable Street Group

This book describes the famous clash of 1936 between police and anti-fascists when Sir Oswald Mosley and his Blackshirt army attempted to ma …

Out of print (Originally published: September 2011)
ISBN: 9781907869174


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edited by Ross Bradshaw

A quirky compendium of essays on maps, places and people, many by leading writers including Iain Sinclair and The Guardian’s David McKie and …

Available (Published: August 2011)
ISBN: 9781907869242


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