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Apocalypse How?: Technology and the Threat of Disaster

Paperback, 04/03/2021, £9.99
An urgent and eye-opening examination of how technology is leaving society open to myriad catastrophic threats.

Men Who Hate Women: From incels to pickup artists, the truth about extreme misogyny and how it affects us all

Paperback, 18/03/2021, £9.99
A ground-breaking investigation into extreme misogyny.

Shadow State: Murder, Mayhem and Russia's Remaking of the West

Paperback, 02/07/2020, £14.99
Shadow State is a gripping investigative account of how Russia's spies helped elect Donald Trump, backed Brexit, murdered enemies and threatened the very basis of western democracy. The operatives come in disguise.

Pandora's Jar: Women in the Greek Myths

Paperback, 13/05/2021, £9.99
In the many retellings of the Greek myths, the focus is generally on gods and heroes, but Natalie Haynes refocuses our gaze on the remarkable women at the centre of these ancient stories.

The Children of Jocasta

Paperback, 29/04/2021, £8.99
From the Women's Prize shortlisted author Natalie Haynes comes a stunning reimagining of the Oedipus and Antigone myths, revealing a new side of an ancient story . . .

Why the Germans Do it Better: Notes from a Grown-Up Country

Paperback, 03/06/2021, £9.99
A provocative and entertaining exploration of the country that Britons love to hate by one of our most respected journalists.

Slug: from the Ted Hughes Award-winning author of Nobody Told Me

Hardback, 13/05/2021, £14.99
The new collection of poetry and prose from the Ted Hughes Award winning author of Nobody Told Me

What Happened?

Paperback, 03/06/2021, £10.99
'No one else casts such a shrewd and gimlet eye on contemporary life.' - William Boyd Comic, dark and insightful, What Happened? is Hanif Kureishi's new collection of essays and fiction.


Canterbury Festival 2020
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