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When zero hours wages become the zero hours of our lives
In a post-Brexit Britain filled with low paid zero hours jobs a young man navigates the world through his writing and in doing so pens a bittersweet love song to Manchester.
A perfectly pitched short novel, a little gem of a book that goes beyond what the politicians have to say and gets to the real heart of post-Brexit Britain. The undercurrents of racism. Working in the post office depots and libraries.
A rant against social injustice that merges into a meditation on time.
In this second novel of his Manchester Trilogy, Campbell explores the supposed regeneration of Manchester, and life under the Tories, his young protagonist staying put while the aeroplanes fly overhead.
SynopsisIn an idyllic village in south-west France, a web of lives interconnect, ready to unravel at the first touch. Alex is running from a teenage love-affair that went badly wrong...
SynopsisCan the EDL offer hope? Jack is joining upJon Gale was winner of Writing on the Wall’s ‘Pulp Idol competition’ in 2012.Jack Garrity is a disaffected, frustrated and damaged eighteen...
Synopsis The Herald 2017 Books of the Year 1985, Edinburgh. Thatcher’s policies are biting deep – fat cats and street-kids, lovers, losers and the rest struggle to survive. Hume sets...