Two young women. Two very different wars. One poppy factory. In 2012, army medic Jess, shell-shocked from her tour of Afghanistan, seeks solace in her great-grandmother Rose’s diaries. In 1922, Rose welcomed home her husband Alfie from the First World War to discover a changed man. Can the poppy factory save both women from heartache?
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race
In this insightful exploration of what it’s like to be a person of colour living in 21st Century Britain, Reni Eddo-Lodge exposes the omission of black history from our classrooms, whitewashed feminism and the inherent links between class and race in a world of white dominance.
In her mid-nineties and still ruling Britannia strong after a record-breaking sixty-seven years on the throne! What makes Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II such an iconic and important figurehead? Karen Dolby uncovers and celebrates the attributes of Britain's longest-serving Regina.
Excavating the complex genealogocial roots of slavery and discrimination in the Southern states using a diverse range of personal, playful and poetic tools, this collection seeks to uncover the hidden lyrical beauty of Virginia.