– ‘How Long ‘Til Black history Month’, by N.K. Jemisin
– ‘Nabokov’s Favourite Word is Mauve’, by Ben Blatt
– ‘The Secret History’, by Donna Tartt
– ‘The Little Book of History’, by D.K Publishing
– ‘Peach’, by Emma Glass
– ‘The Little Book of Psychology’, by D.K Publishing
– ‘Weird Lies’, by Liars League, Archane Press
– ‘Elizabeth Is Missing’, by Emma Healey
– ‘The Classical Music Book’, by D.K Publishing
– ‘ The Frighteners’, by Peter Law
– ‘ My Sister the Serial Killer’, by Oyinkan Braithwaite
– ‘Achilles’, by Elizabeth Cook
– ‘Women Artists’, by Flavia Frigeri
– ‘If We Were Villans’, by M.L Rio
– ‘Night of Cake and Puppets’, by Laini Taylor
– ‘Odes and Epodes’, by Horace
– ‘Strange but true. The World’s Weirdest Newspaper Stories’, edited by Tim
– ‘Modern Art’, by Amy Dempsey
– ‘Stranded in Sub-Atomica’, by Tim Turnbull
– ‘William Blake’, by Bethan Stevens
– ‘Mouthful of Birds’, by Samanta Schweblin
– ‘Chronicles of a Death Foretold’, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
– ‘The Evolution of Inanimate Objects’, by Harry Karlinsky
– ‘Born Weird’, by Andrew Kaufman
– ‘The Miniaturist’, by Jessie Burton
– ‘Finale’, by Stephanie Garber
– ‘Never Go Back’, by Lee Child
– ‘Good Omens’, by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
– ‘Only Dull People Are Brilliant at Breakfast’, by Oscar Wilde
– ‘Remember Body…’, by C.P Cavafy
– Dante and The Lobster’, by Samuel Beckett
– ‘The Overstory’, by Richard Powers
– Mrs Fox’, by Sarah Hall
– ‘Three Types of Solitude’, by Brian Aldiss
– ‘The Skeleton’s Holiday’, by Leonora Carrington
– ‘The Toy Maker’s’, by Robert Dinsdale
– ‘The Man I Became’, by Peter Verhelst
– ‘An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell’, Deborah Levy
– ‘Too Black, Too Strong’, by Benjamin Zephaniah
– ‘Death of a Lady’s Man’, by Leonard Cohen
– ‘ The Cartographer Tries To Map His Way To Zion’, by Kei Miller
– ‘Sylvia Plath Poems – Chosen by Carol Ann Duffy’
– ‘Die Deeper into Life – Penguin Modern Poets Six’, by Claudia Rankine, Denise
Riley and Maggie Nelson
– ‘The Prophet’, by Kahlil Gibran
– ‘Wait Till I’m Dead – Poems Uncollected’, by Allen Ginsburg
– ‘The Empress and The Cake’, by Linda Stift
– ‘Dark Days’, by James Baldwin
– ‘ The Little Prince’, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
– ‘The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle The Master’s House’, by Audre Lorde
– ‘Poetry – July/August 2019’, Volume 214 No 4, Poetry Magazine
– ‘On Bullshit’, by Harry G. Frankfurt
– ‘Tangleweed and Brine’, by Deirdre Sullivan
– ‘The Complete Poems’, by Walt Whitman
– ‘Perfectly Preventable Deaths’, by Deidre Sullivan
– ‘Under a Dancing Star’, by Laura Wood
– ‘Picnic in the Storm’, by Yukiko Motoya
– ‘Heartstream’, by Tom Pollock
– ‘The Doll Factory’, by Elizabeth Macneal
– ‘Exhalation’, by Ted Chaing
– ‘The Beckoning Shadows’, by Katharyn Blair
– The Incendiaries’, by R.O Kwon
– ‘Conversations With Friends’, by Sally Rooney
– ‘The Magic Toyshop’, by Angela Carter
– ‘The Ten Thousand Doors of January’, by Alix E. Harrow
– ‘Wakenhyrst’, by Michelle Paver
– ‘Gorgias’, by Plato
– ‘Vicious’, by V.E Schwab
– ‘Time for Lights Out’, by Raymond Briggs
– ‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse’, by Charlie Mackesy
– ‘The Secret Chapter’, by Genevieve Cogman
– ‘The Glass Woman’, by Caroline Lea
– ‘Venus and Aphrodite’, by Bettany Hughes
– ‘The Good Luck Girls’, by Charlotte Nicole Davis
– ‘Paper Aeroplane’, by Simon Armitage
– ‘English Fairy Tales and Legends’, by Rosalind Kerven
– ‘Harry Potter: A History of Magic’, by The British Museum
– ‘Almanac 2019’, by Lie Leendertz
– ‘Why I’m Not Talking To White People About Race’, by Reni Eddo-Lodge
– ‘The Starless Sea’, by Erin Morgenstern
– ‘Hallowe’en’, by F. Marian McNeil



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