The new and fully updated Naked Guide to Bristol is out now! Orderyour copy today!
In the ever-changing cultural lanscape of Bristol, the Naked Guide contains up-to-date listing of the best places to eat drink and be merry in Bristol.
'The Naked Guide to Bristol is the funniest, most comprehensive and best guidebook to Bristol there has ever been.'Learn More
'Taking an irreverent sharp stick and puncturing inflated hype and spin wherever it finds it, this guidebook gives you an up-close, in-depth and, above all, honest view of this great city.'
The Naked Guide to Bristol is a witty and informative guide to the sights and sounds of Bristol. Whether you're after a big sight-seeing weekend or out to uncover the secret spots in the city, this guide will have you there in no time.£12.99
The latest and completely updated edition of Banksy's Bristol now includes a fascinating, in-depth feature on Dismaland, as well as a comprehensive timeline and history of Banksy.
Banksy's Bristol: Home Sweet Home is the only Banksy book to explore Banksy's formative years in his home town. It contains pictures of his Bristol work which have never been published elsewhere and now the book has been completely updated with extra pages and we've added even more images and information.Learn More£14.00
The first chapbook from Tangent's new imprint Small Press!
Thumping the Table of Mist is a collection of poems and artworks from Ray Webber, exploring the more experimental aspect of his writing. The chapbook itself is beautifully produced - featuring hand-printed covers and is hand-bound and finished.Learn More£6.00
Children of the Can explores the Bristol street art and graffiti scene with full colour images, featuring more than 80 of Bristol's most prolific street artists and graffiti writers.Learn More
Author Felix 'FLX' Braun started writing graffiti in the mid-80s and grew up with the Bristol scene. He continues to live and paint in the city and has unrivalled access to the artists and their work.£30.00
A fantastic and long-awaited tome that chronologically plots the influence that a selection of amazing women have had on Bristol!
Containing 250 inspiring women, three sheroic dogs and one heartbroken barmaid from Easton, this is a bursting compendium of brilliant women from pin makers to police chiefs, from workhouse inmates to secret agents who helped to shape Bristol into the vibrant city it is today.Learn More£12.99
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#40 Turbulence: Labour and Gender Relations in Bristol's Aircraft Industry During the First World WarTurbulence describes how the expanding armaments industry of the First World war drew thousands of unskilled and semi-skilled workers – women as well as men- into Bristol’s aircraft factories. Skilled men in the workforce resented their arrival. They also defended their own exemption from military conscription. Learn More£6.00
The inaugural Bristol Short Story Prize anthology features the 20 best stories from the very first competition that took place in 2008.
Shortlisted writers are: Rebecca Lloyd, Derek Smellen, Catherine Chanter, Anthony Howcroft, Susan Akass, Irene Black, Sue Coffey, Michael Karwowski, Fran Landsman, Nick Law, Miranda Lewis, Dominica McGowan, Charlotte Mabey, Ian Madden, Ian Millstead, Lee Taylor, Alan Toyne, Rebecca Watts, Tim Weaver and Joel Williams.£12.00