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  • Mental Notes: Mental Health Quotes

    Mental health is the last great taboo. Mental Notes challenges stigma with quotations from thinkers, writers, celebrities, politicians and therapists, each speaking out in their own way.ᅠ Bath artist Kate McDonnell has compiled the quotations and designed and illustrated the book. ᅠAll profits from this book go to Bath Mind, the mental health charity who make sure anyone with a mental health problem in Bath & North East Somerset has somewhere to turn for advice and support. ᅠ Learn More
    £9.99

  • Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 3

    This outstanding collection features the 20 shortlisted authors from around the world in the 2010 Prize. Showcasing the flexibility of the short story as a genre, this collection is a must for lovers of short fiction!

    Featuring: Mike Bonsall, Kate Brown, Darci Bysouth, Joanna Campbell, Tara Conklin, Rik Gammack, Rachel Howard, Ashley Jacob, Claire King, Ian Madden, Valerie O'Riordan, Nastasya Parker, Jonathan Pinnock, Marli Roode, Rachel Sargeant, Yana Stajno, Natasha Tripney, Sherri Turner, Ben Walker and Calre Wallace.

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    £10.00

  • Bristol's Lost City

    This fascinating book examines Bristol's transition from peacetime to wartime, looking at how differently spaces within the city were put to use in these disparate contexts. Specifically focusing on a 30-acre site in Bristol that was originally transformed in 1914 for the Bristol International Exhibition and was then repurposed to house and train the many new volunteer soldiers after the outbreak of war. An intriguing insight into an often overlooked space in Bristol. Learn More
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  • Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 4

    All shortlisted for the 2011 Bristol Short Story Prize, here are 20 superb writers illustrating not only their own talents but also the vast spectacle of the short story.

    Featuring: Ruth Brandt, Emily Bullock, Timothy Bunting, Ian Burton, John Fairweather, Niven Govinden, Eluned Gramich, Naomi Lever, Laura Lewis, Miha Mazzini, Paul O'Reilly, Nastasya Parker, Robert Perry, Philip St John, Genevieve Scott, Safia Shah, Melanie Whipman, Peter Winder, Laura Windley and Rachael Withers.

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    £10.00

  • Fred Wedlock: Funnyman of Folk

    Fred Wedlock: Funnyman of Folk tells theᅠ story of Fred Wedlock's rise from the Bristol folk clubs of the Sixties to national fame as the Oldest Swinger in Town. Fred, who was also a well-known television presenter in the region, died in 2010 after a lifetime of entertaining around theatres, clubs and other venues throughout the West and beyond.

    In this first biography, written with the much-valued support of his widow Sue, John Hudson celebrates Fred Wedlock, a true Funnyman of Folk.

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  • Bristol Riots: Stokes Croft vs. Tesco

    Documenting the unrest of 2011, when riots broke out in Stokes Croft, Bristol, this book features both amateur and professional photography of onlookers as the events unfurled. Learn More
    £12.00

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  • Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 5

    A showcase of the 20 best writers that made it into the shortlist of the Bristol Short Story Prize in 2012. Learn More
    £10.00

  • Adge: King of the Wurzels

    The very first biography of Adge Cutler's life, this books brings him vividly back to life, not only in his eight crazy Wurzels years but from early days in his beloved Nailsea to the lively camaraderie of Portishead B power station's labourers, the thriving Bristol jazz and folk scenes of the Fifties and Sixties and his spell as Acker Bilk's 'worst roadie in the world'. Learn More
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  • Trenches to Trams: The Life of a Bristol Tommy

    Trenches to Trams is a vivid social and military history bringing to life the story of an ordinary Bristolian who experienced extraordinary times. At the request of his grandson, George Pine jotted down 44,000 words of memories in the eight months before he dies in 1972. George's story has now been painstakingly researched by Clive Burlton to bring this vivid history to life. Learn More
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  • Glastonbury Festival Myths & Legends

    Since 1970, a combination of ley line energy, cheap Somerset cider, loud music and mind-altering drugs have fostered an aura around Glastonbury Festival that seems to nourish the creation of rumour, gossip and legend. As you try to distinguish the factual from the fanciful, remember, truth is sometimes stranger than fiction. Especially after an afternoon at The Cider Bus... Learn More
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