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The Damnation of Peter Pan by Simon Petherick A dark and unsettling story of one family’s blighted relationship with JM Barrie’s most famous creation. Ranging from Laugharne, the Welsh town made famous by Dylan Thomas, to the frenetic life of London in the 1960s, The Damnation Of Peter Pan tells the story of the twentieth century through a prism of love, literature and the lexicon of the occult. Available here.

The Damnation of Peter Pan by Simon Petherick

English Arcadia by Simon Petherick Spanning a century of idealistic left-wing aspiration, English Arcadia delves into the depths of family rivalry, political ambition and personal tragedy, set against ancient themes of the natural world. ISBN: 9780957629462. Available here.

English Arcadia by Simon Petherick

The War In Plymouth The physical version of The War In Plymouth, the oral history project of World War Two which was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, is now out of print, although copies are available at Plymouth Library. A digital version of the book is available on Amazon here: The War In Plymouth, Destruction and a New Beginning.

The War in Plymouth

The Way of Life by Witter Bynner Witter Bynner was an American poet who had an intense interest in Eastern philosophy. His translation of Laotzu’s Way of Life is not that widely known but is in many ways one of the most beautiful and subtle renditions of the famous work. A digital version is available on Amazon here: The Way of Life.

The Way of Life

Why Drawing Naked Women Is Good For The Soul by John Bird We published this memoir by Big Issue founder John Bird in both large format paperback and ebook formats. It’s both a typical example of John’s insightful and personal writing and a stimulating introduction to his lifelong passion, drawing. The book is out of print currently although contact us if you’d like to know more, or click on this link to hear John talk about the book himself: Why Drawing Naked Women Is Good For The Soul.