Anthologies / Essays

Michael Leunig

A new edition of Leunig's much loved and best-selling collection of prayers, featuring remastered

Julia Rothman

In the bestselling tradition of The Where, the Why, and the How, this offbeat illustrated history

Otto Penzler (Editor)

What treats you have in store!' IAN RANKIN.

Shaun Usher

The follow-up to the bestselling Letters of Note - this time editor Shaun Usher turns his hand to

William McInnes

'A holiday is a time when you do lovely things that you never get a chance to really do otherwise

David Malouf

Who else, but a writer, is really able to interrogate the work of other writers?

Terry Pratchett

A collection of essays and other non fiction from Terry Pratchett, spanning the whole of his writ

Sue Butler

Living languages change all the time, but many of us wish they didn't.

Victoria Hislop [ed.]

'Love is, of course, a central preoccupation of literature...'

Andy Miller

A funny, inscrutably honest account of one man's quest to reverse 20 years of lies and read the b

Alice Walker

Cushion in the Road is a collection of wide-ranging meditations on the human race's intertwined p

Alice Walker

In this luminous collection of poems, Pulitzer Prize-winner Alice Walker casts her eye on history

W G Sebald

Written at the height of his career, A Place in the Country is W.G.

Catherine Burns, Introduced by Neil Gaiman

Pull up an easy chair and settle into the most spell-binding collection of real stories you will

David Malouf

A collection of personal essays and writing from David Malouf to celebrate his 80th birthday.

David Malouf

In his first full volume of poetry since Typewriter Music in 2007, David Malouf once again shows

Andrew Taylor

Books That Changed the World tells the fascinating stories behind 50 books that, in ways great an

Worth Press

Bringing together some of the best known poems and letters that express love this book is the ide

Mandy Kirby

Love Letters of the Great War brings together some of the most romantic correspondence ever writt

Ella Berthoud, Susan Elderkin

Sick? Tired? Lost your job? Take one dose of literature and repeat until better.


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