Yeongdo, Korea 1911.
In a small fishing village on the banks of the East Sea, a club-footed, cleft-lipped man marries a fifteen-year-old girl. The couple have one child, their beloved daughter Sunja. When Sunja falls pregnant by a married yakuza ... more
A Mouth Full of Blood: Essays, Speeches, Meditations - by Toni Morrison - £9.99
A vital new non-fiction collection from one of the most celebrated and revered writers of our time.
‘Word-work is sublime, she thinks, because it is generative; it makes meaning that secures our difference, our human difference—the way in wh ... more
It's Not About the Burqa: Muslim Women on Faith, Feminism, Sexuality and Race - by Mariam Khan (Editor) - £9.99
When was the last time you heard a Muslim woman speak for herself without a filter?
In 2016, Mariam Khan read that David Cameron had linked the radicalization of Muslim men to the ‘traditional submissiveness’ of Muslim women. Mariam felt pre ... more
Queenie - by Candice Carty-Williams - £8.99
Queenie Jenkins can’t cut a break. Well, apart from one from her long term boyfriend, Tom. That’s definitely just a break though. Definitely not a break up. Stuck between a boss who doesn’t seem to see her, a family who don’t seem to listen ( ... more
Me and White Supremacy: How to Recognise Your Privilege, Combat Racism and Change the World - by Layla Saad - £14.99
Me and White Supremacy teaches readers how to dismantle the privilege within themselves so that they can stop (often unconsciously) inflicting damage on people of colour, and in turn, help other white people do better, too.
When Layla Saad began ... more
Racism as Zoological Witchcraft: A Guide to Getting Out - by Aph Ko - £17.99
In this scintillating combination of critical race theory, social commentary, veganism, and gender analysis, media studies scholar Aph Ko offers a compelling vision of a reimagined social justice movement marked by a deconstruction of the conceptual ... more
Not So Stories - by David Thomas Moore (Editor) - £8.99
Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories was one of the first true children's books in the English language, a timeless classic that continues to delight readers to this day. Beautiful, evocative and playful, the stories of How the Whale Got His Throat or H ... more
We Have Always Been Here - by Samra Habib - £9.99
Triumphant and uplifting – a queer Muslim memoir about forgiveness and freedom.
A memoir of hope, faith and love, Samra Habib’s story starts with growing up as part of a threatened minority sect in Pakistan, and follows her arrival in Cana ... more
Unashamed: Musings of a Fat, Black Muslim - by Leah Vernon - £19.99
A searingly honest memoir of one young woman’s journey toward self-acceptance as she comes to see her body as a symbol of rebellion and hope and chooses to live her life unapologetically.
Ever since she was little, Leah Vernon was told what to ... more
Imperial Intimacies: A Tale of Two Islands - by Hazel V Carby - £20.00
'Where are you from?' was the question hounding Hazel Carby as a girl in post-World War II London.
One of the so-called brown babies of the Windrush generation, born to a Jamaican father and Welsh mother, Carby's place in her home, her neighbourhood ... more
What Happened? - by Hanif Kureishi - £16.99
Comic, dark and insightful, What Happened? is Hanif Kureishi's new collection of essays and fiction.
No topic is too fringe or too mainstream for this insatiable—and much-loved—author. From social media to the ancient classics, from app ... more
Lake Like a Mirror: Stories - by Ho Sok Fong - £12.99
A portrait of Malaysian society in nine stories, by an author described by critics as 'the most accomplished Malaysian writer, full stop'.
Lake Like a Mirror is a scintillating exploration of the lives of women buffeted by powers beyond the ... more
Broken Stars: Sixteen Stories from the New Frontiers of Chinese Science Fiction - by Edited and translated by Ken Liu - £8.99
A new anthology of Chinese short-fiction by award winning author Ken Liu.
Here are sixteen short stories from China's groundbreaking SFF writers, edited and translated by award-winning author Ken Liu.
In Hugo award-winner Liu Cixin' ... more
Women, Race & Class - by Angela Y. Davis - £9.99
Ranging from the age of slavery to contemporary injustices, this groundbreaking history of race, gender and class inequality by the radical political activist Angela Davis offers an alternative view of female struggles for liberation.
Tracin ... more
Back to Black: Black Radicalism for the 21st Century - by Kehinde Andrews - £8.99
Back to Black traces the long and eminent history of Black radical politics. Born out of resistance to slavery and colonialism, its rich past encompasses figures such as Marcus Garvey, Angela Davis, the Black Panthers and the Black Lives Matter activ ... more
Here to Stay, Here to Fight: A Race Today Anthology - by Paul Field, Robin Bunce, Leila Hassan, Margaret Peacock (Editor) - £17.99
From 1973 to 1988, Race Today, the journal of the revolutionary Race Today Collective was at the epicentre of the struggle for racial justice in Britain. Placing race, sex and social class at the core of its analysis, it featured in its articles and ... more
Black, Listed - by Jeffrey Boakye - £8.99
AFRO-CARIBBEAN. COLOURED. ETHNIC MINORITY. IMMIGRANT. BAME. URBAN. WOKE. FAM. BLACK.
These are just some of the terms being wrestled with in Black, Listed, an exploration of twenty-first century Black identity told through a list of insults, ... more
Barack Obama: Quotes to Live By - by Barack Obama - £5.99
Barack Obama: Quotes to Live By is a life-affirming collection of over 170 quotes from one of the world's most admired and respected public figures. Excelling academically, professionally and as a community organizer, Barack Obama showed promi ... more
Back in the Day: Vol. 1 - Liverpool 8 Social History 1984-89 - by Leroy Cooper - £20.00
Leroy Cooper understands the power of art to transform energy. Through street art, poetry, photography, painting and music, Leroy's personal experience has become his legacy.
Following his arrest in Liverpool 8 in 1981, his name has been inextr ... more
Solitary: Unbroken by Four Decades in Solitary Confinement. My Story of Transformation and Hope - by Albert Woodfox - £12.99
Solitary is the unforgettable life story of a man who served more than four decades in solitary confinement — in a 6-foot by 9-foot cell, 23 hours a day, in notorious Angola prison in Louisiana — all for a crime he did not commit. That Albert Woo ... more
The Caine Prize for African Writing 2019 Shortlist - by Various authors - £4.99
Now in its twentieth year, the Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere.
This collection brings together t ... more
Who Am I, Again? - by Lenny Henry - £20.00
***BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week***
How do you beat the bullies and the bigots? Here's how.
The heart-breaking, inspirational (and very funny) story of the man who overcame so much, and won a very special place in a nation's heart.
The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity - by Kwame Anthony Appiah - £9.99
We often think identity is personal. But the identities that shape the world, our struggles, and our hopes, are social ones, shared with countless others. Our sense of self is shaped by our family, but also by affiliations that spread out from there, ... more
Guapa - by Saleem Haddad - £8.99
A novel of the Arab Spring
Winner of the Polari First Book Prize 2017
A Middle-Eastern capital caught in the revolutionary wave of the Arab Spring.
A day in the life of a young man disillusioned with both East and West and struggling to fin ... more
Straight Outta Crawley: Memoirs of a Distinctly Average Human Being - by Romesh Ranganathan - £8.99
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
Straight Outta Crawley is the hilarious and irreverent autobiography from comedian Romesh Ranganathan.
At the age of 9, Romesh Ranganathan delivered his first ever stand-up set at a Pontin's holiday camp talent c ... more
Grand Union: Stories - by Zadie Smith - £20.00
The first ever collection of stories from the Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author of Swing Time and White Teeth.
In the summer of 1959, an Antiguan immigrant in north west London lives the last day of his life, unknowingly caught in someone ... more
Homecoming: Voices of the Windrush Generation - by Colin Grant - £18.99
When Colin Grant was growing up in Luton in the 1960s, he learned not to ask his Jamaican parents why they had emigrated to Britain. ‘We’re here because we’re here,’ his father would say. ‘You have some place else to go?’
But now ... more
My Sister, the Serial Killer - by Oyinkan Braithwaite - £8.99
Longlisted for the Booker Prize 2019
Shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2019
Winner of the LA Times Award for Best Crime Thriller, 2019
When Korede’s dinner is interrupted one night by a distress call from her sister, Ayoola ... more
The Windrush Betrayal: Exposing the Hostile Environment - by Amelia Gentleman - £18.99
***LONGLISTED FOR THE BAILLIE GIFFORD PRIZE 2019***
How do you pack for a one-way journey back to a country you left when you were eleven and have not visited for fifty years?
Amelia Gentleman's expose of the Windrush scandal sh ... more
Everything Good Will Come - by Sefi Atta - £8.99
Now a classic of world literature, this beautifully written, funny and piercingly honest story of a contemporary Yoruba woman’s coming-of-age in Lagos is a heartfelt drama of family, friendship, community and divided loyalties.
It is 1971, ... more
Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments - by Saidiya Hartman - £17.99
At the dawn of the twentieth century, black women in the US were carving out new ways of living. The first generations born after emancipation, their struggle was to live as if they really were free. Their defeats were bitter, but their triumphs beca ... more
My Name Is Why: A Memoir - by Lemn Sissay - £16.99
How does a government steal a child and then imprison him? How does it keep it a secret? This story is how.
At the age of seventeen, after a childhood in a foster family followed by six years in care homes, Norman Greenwood was given his birth c ... more
Different Class: Fashion, Football & Funk - The Story of Laurie Cunningham - by Dermot Kavanagh - £9.99
A biography of England's first professional black footballer, who represented Leyton Orient, West Bromwich Albion and became the first Englishman to play for Real Madrid.
Shortlisted for Biography of the Year at the British Sports Book Award ... more
The Pretty One: On Life, Pop Culture, Disability, and Other Reasons to Fall in Love With Me - by Keah Brown - £12.99
From the disability rights advocate and creator of the #DisabledAndCute viral campaign, a thoughtful, inspiring, and charming collection of essays exploring what it means to be black and disabled in a mostly able-bodied white America.
Keah Brown ... more
Afropean: Notes from Black Europe - by Johny Pitts - £20.00
A Guardian Best Book of 2019 so far.
'Afropean. Here was a space where blackness was taking part in shaping European identity ... A continent of Algerian flea markets, Surinamese shamanism, German Reggae and Moorish castles. Yes, all this was pa ... more
China Dream - by Ma Jian - £8.99
Blending fact with fiction, China Dream is an unflinching satire of totalitarianism.
After decades of loyal service, Ma Daode, a corrupt and lecherous party official, has been appointed director of the China Dream Bureau, charged with promoting ... more
The Black Unicorn - by Audre Lorde - £8.99
I have been woman
for a long time
beware my smile
I am treacherous with old magic
Filled with rage and tenderness, Audre Lorde's most acclaimed poetry collection speaks of mothers and children, female strength and vulnerability, renewal a ... more
This Hostel Life - by Melatu Uche Okorie - £8.99
SHORTLISTED FOR THE AN POST IRISH BOOK AWARDS SUNDAY INDEPENDENT NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR
This Hostel Life tells the stories of migrant women in a hidden Ireland. From a day in the life of women queuing for basic supplies in an Irish direct prov ... more
Heads of the Colored People - by Nafissa Thompson-Spires - £8.99
In this crackling debut collection Nafissa Thompson-Spires interrogates our supposedly post-racial era. To wicked and devastating effect she exposes the violence, both external and self-inflicted, that threatens black Americans, no matter their appar ... more
To Exist is to Resist: Black Feminism in Europe - by Akwugo Emejulu and Francesca Sobande (Editors) - £18.99
In a divided continent, Black women and women of colour come together to undertake creative resistances and imagine radical new futures.
This book brings together activists, artists and scholars of colour to show how Black feminism and Afro ... more
Surge - by Jay Bernard - £10.00
*Shortlisted for Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2019*
*Winner of the Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry*
Jay Bernard’s extraordinary debut is a fearlessly original exploration of the black British archive: an enquiry into ... more
Greetings from Bury Park - by Sarfraz Manzoor - £8.99
A charming and poignant memoir of growing up during the eighties as both a Pakistani Muslim and Bruce Springsteen fan.
Sarfraz Manzoor was two years old when his family emigrated from Pakistan to join his father in Bury Park, Luton. His teenage ... more
New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent - by Margaret Busby (Editor) - £30.00
Showcasing the work of more than 200 women writers of African descent, this major international collection celebrates their contributions to literature and international culture.
Twenty-five years ago, Margaret Busby’s groundbreaking antho ... more
Overcoming Everyday Racism - by Susan Cousins - £12.99
This enlightening and reflective guide studies the psychological impact of racism and discrimination on BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) people and offers steps to improve wellbeing. It includes definitions of race, racism and other commonly u ... more
Miracle on Cherry Hill - by Sun-mi Hwang - £8.99
Celebrated bestselling author Sun-mi Hwang is back with a heartwarming new novel about renewal and friendship.
This is the story of a man named Kang Dae-su. His whole life is a miracle, rising from poverty to running a successful construction co ... more
Let Her Fly: A Father's Journey and the Fight for Equality - by Ziauddin Yousafzai, with Louise Carpenter - £9.99
In this intimate and extraordinary memoir, Ziauddin Yousafzai, the father of Malala, gives a moving account of fatherhood and his lifelong fight for equality – proving there are many faces of feminism.
“Whenever anybody has asked me how Mala ... more
Taking Up Space: The Black Girl's Manifesto for Change - by Chelsea Kwakye and Ore Ogunbiyi - £12.99
A groundbreaking exploration of the problems of diversity in education, by two extremely talented young graduates.
As a minority in a predominantly white institution, taking up space is an act of resistance. And in higher education, feeling like ... more
Race After Technology - by Ruha Benjamin - £14.99
From everyday apps to complex algorithms, Ruha Benjamin cuts through tech-industry hype to understand how emerging technologies can reinforce White supremacy and deepen social inequity.
Benjamin argues that automation, far from being a sinis ... more
The Life and Times of a Very British Man - by Kamal Ahmed - £9.99
Kamal Ahmed's childhood was very 'British' in every way – except for the fact that he was brown. Half English, half Sudanese, he was raised at a time when being mixed-race meant being told to go home, even when you were born just down the road.
Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower - by Brittney Cooper - £13.99
So what if it’s true that Black women are mad as hell? They have the right to be. In the Black feminist tradition of Audre Lorde, Brittney Cooper reminds us that anger is a powerful source of energy that can give us the strength to keep on fighting ... more
How to Love a Jamaican - by Alexia Arthurs - £8.99
"In this thrilling debut collection Alexia Arthurs is all too easy to love."(Zadie Smith)
Tenderness and cruelty, loyalty and betrayal, ambition and regret – these are the tensions at the heart of Alexia Arthurs’ debut book about Jamaican im ... more
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