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Me and White Supremacy by Layla F Saad

  “You have the chance to change the story. You have the privilege to do the work that those who came before you did not do. You have the potential to change yourself, and to change the world.” Layla F Saad   Earlier this year, Quercus acquired Me and White Supremacy by Layla F Saad […]

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Ikigai: The Japanese Guide to Finding Your Purpose in Life

Move over, Hygge – it’s all about Ikigai now. Written by Japanese expert Ken Mogi, The Little Book of Ikigai is a fascinating insight into the miracle that is the Japanese people’s record-breaking long life and astonishing good health. WHAT IS IKIGAI? It is extraordinary that Japanese men’s longevity ranks 4th in the world, while […]

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Robert Silverberg’s Reflections: June 2017

    ‘Where Silverberg goes today, the rest of science fiction will follow tomorrow’ Isaac Asimov     Reflections is a regular column by multi-award-winning SFWA Grandmaster Robert Silverberg, in which he will offer his thoughts on science fiction, literature and the world at large.   This month: ‘Advertisements for Myself’   Advertisements for Myself […]

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Virago’s non-fiction picks for 2017

This year we are publishing a selection of incredible writers, including Souad Mehennet, Carina Chocano and 23 year old Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Nadia Murad. Read on to find out about more about the non-fiction we’re looking forward to sharing with you in 2017.  Lennie Goodings, Publisher `Marvellous’ says Diana Athill about this wonderful biography of Molly Keane […]

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Live Better and Longer – The perfect mind & body MOT

We all know that January can be a tough month to get through. It’s cold, it’s miserable, and we’re still getting over our Christmas come down. But it’s not all doom and gloom! Lots of wonderful books have already been published – and we’re only 15 days into 2017 – including a whole bunch designed to help […]

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Sarah Knight gives us a lesson in how not to give a f**k this Christmas

Now, we all know that Christmas can be a tricky operation to pull off. When it’s upon us, we love it. We love being surrounded by our friends and family, we love burying our heads in the cheese board, and we feel all warm and glowy when we dish out our well-thought out presents. But […]

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Exclusive extract from Katie Piper’s CONFIDENCE

We’re very excited to reveal an exclusive extract from Katie Piper’s new book, CONFIDENCE: THE SECRET to round-off Feel Good Week! In Confidence, Katie shares what she’s learned from her most difficult moments to inspire and help other achieve happiness and self-acceptance. Katie’s message is a powerful one: that confidence is about valuing who you are, not […]

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Shout and be Shrill with Lindy West’s brilliant memoir

Seeing as it’s Feel Good week over here at Bookends, we thought we’d re-introduce you to one of our favourite memoirs of the year, from one of our favourite women. In her brilliant, bold book SHRILL, writer and social commentator Lindy West tackles everything from periods to fat shaming to internet trolls – and she […]

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New Title Spotlight: Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure

Although most of Gateway’s 3,000-plus titles are doorways to fictional worlds, we do have a small but fascinating collection of non-fiction. We have collections of essays and literary criticism, speculations on what the future might hold, unofficial guides to cult television, literary memoirs and biographies of the great and good of SF and Fantasy. Biographies […]

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New Book of the Week: Wonder’s Child by Jack Williamson

He was an sf writer of substance for over seventy years . . . in his work and in his life he encompassed the field. So states The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction in its entry on Jack Williamson. It goes on to add: For many, his death served as a symbolic marker of the end […]

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From the Archives: Profiles of the Future

If you consult The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction – and, of course, you DO, don’t you? On a regular basis – you will find the following in the Titles check-list at the bottom of the entry on Arthur C. Clarke: Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible (New York: Harper […]

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Classic Guides to Doctor Who, Star Trek and More!

Gollancz and the SF Gateway are delighted to announce the eBook return of a series of classic unauthorised guides to genre TV by the authorial team of Paul Cornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping. The five books were bought by Gollancz editor Marcus Gipps, and include a guide to Doctor Who. Marcus Gipps said: “I’m thrilled […]

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