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    Another Way to Split Water

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    Another Way to Split Water is the debut collection from Edwin Morgan Poetry Award winner Alycia Pirmohamed. This collection employs figurations of the natural world to reflect on themes of language, distance, migration, belonging, faith, grief, and intimacy.

    Here Again Now

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    From award-winning author Okechukwu Nzelu comes a spellbinding literary novel that asks, how do you move forward when the past keeps pulling you back?

    Hiding to Nothing

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    Hiding to Nothing suggests that complex and damaging legacies in all their forms can create shockwaves that reverberate over a lifetime, stopping lives from reaching their full potential. Bloodfruit gives voice to the less heard narratives of infertility and difficult trajectories towards becoming, or not becoming, a 'mother'.

    I'm a Fan

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    An exhilarating, addictive take on obsession, race, gender and power dynamics through the lens of a corrosive relationship

    Losing the Plot

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    A vital and honest book exploring the pain of the immigrant experience and the turmoil it can carry across generations, from the winner of the Desmond Elliott Prize

    None of the Above: Reflections on Life Beyond the Binary

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    An electric memoir about what it means to live outside the gender boundaries imposed on us by society, from the award-winning trans writer and performer

    Takeaway: Stories from a childhood behind the counter

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    An eye-opening memoir revealing the stories behind living in and running a Chinese takeaway

    The Attic Child

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    Lola Jaye's The Attic Child is a heartfelt and emotional dual-narrative historical story about two children locked in the same attic almost a century apart, told through the lens of Black History.

    The Room Between Us

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    A PBS Recommendation Summer 2022. In her debut collection, Denise Saul explores family and identity as she tells the story of a mother's illness and subsequent aphasia, and a daughter's ongoing role as carer. Such betweenness creates a space to explore wider dynamics of power, and the epiphanies and aftershocks of ongoing loss.

    The Secret Diaries of Charles Ignatius Sancho

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    Meet Charles Ignatius Sancho: his extraordinary story, hidden for three hundred years, is about to be told by Paterson Joseph, one of Britain's best-loved actors

    Jhalak Prize 2023

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