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‘Before I am Rendered Invisible’ by Ros Martin

9781912092468 In this inspirational volume of spoken word, social commentary, play, essay and memoir, Ros Martin peels apart the onion

‘Writing Within Walls’ by Arkbound Foundation

9781912092161 Prison. It is a word that conjures up loss, bleakness and despair. A place where those who have broken the law are kept, both for punishment and for the safety of society. But behind these images are human stories, accounts of tragic mistakes and broken lives, woven in-between with hope. For those inside prison, it is hope that often keeps them going: for the future, for those they care for, and for the chance to start afresh upon release. This collection of 20 pieces by serving prisoners and people on probation explores the under-side of the criminal justice system – the side that does not make it into tabloids or documentaries. We get a chance to see the stories, thoughts and experiences of those condemned by the courts and, in many cases, by society too. Importantly, we learn how many are repentant of the past; how some are in the midst of their own battles for justice, and how all cling onto hope.

‘Climate Adaptation: Accounts of Resilience, Self-Sufficiency and Systems Change’

9781912092123 Released 25th October 2021 Where is the world really heading, and what can we do about it? This book,

‘Great Adaptations’ by Morgan Phillips

9781912092147 Released 14th September 2021 Climate change adaptation. A hope-fuelled necessity on the road to a transformed world – or

‘The Gods of Frequency’ by Shane Johnstone

9781912092826 At the peak of a festival in the Western Isles, a working class, untrained, hard drinking Glaswegian musician experiences

‘An Irish Childhood’ by Mary McCann

9781912092567 Mary McCann invites the reader into the memories of her northern Irish childhood. Mary’s story is a rich depiction of deprived and troubled life in early twentieth century Northern Ireland. Filled with personal trials and struggles, Mary tells the story of how her impoverished life led her to cross the channel, overcome adversity and forge a successful and warm life of her own. This is a very real, raw account of one woman’s struggle in a large, poor, rural Irish family.

‘A Journalism Handbook for Media Entrepreneurs’


What does it take to become a journalist? How do journalists work, and is it possible to start your very own media outlet from scratch?

A Journalism Handbook for Media Entrepreneurs provides a comprehensive guide to aspiring journalists looking to enter this exciting and fast moving industry. From a look at the standards that good journalists must uphold to practical guidance in making news, the Handbook goes on to outline how someone can successfully start their own media outlet and keep it financially sustainable. Drawing upon case studies from across the world and compiled by leading journalists from seven countries, A Journalism Handbook for Media Entrepreneurs offers new insights and routes into a profession that was previously inaccessible to most people.

‘The Natural Self’ by Rhonda Brandrick and Michéal Connors

9781912092642 Living in a world where we appear to have everything, do you still find yourself longing for something more?