The Bread and Roses Longlist 2016

21 Jan

We are very happy to announce the Longlist for the 2016 award, which this year features a record 57 entries. To qualify, all titles must fit the award’s political requirements, and have been published in 2015 by an author who is primarily resident in the UK.

The Shortlist will be announced in March, and the award ceremony will be taking place at the London Radical Bookfair on Saturday May 7th. This year’s bookfair will be held at Goldsmiths University’s Great Hall.

Our thanks to all publishers and authors who have submitted titles.
The Longlist is presented here in alphabetical order, by publisher.

Title Author Publisher
Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary Anita Anand Bloomsbury
Soldier, Spy: A Survivor’s Tale Victor Gregg with Rick Stroud Bloomsbury
The Health Gap Michael Marmot Bloomsbury
Marxism and Womens Liberation Judtih Orr Bookmarks
Them and Us: Fighting the Class War 1910-1939 John Newsinger Bookmarks
Fighting on All Fronts: Popular Resistance in the Second World War (ed) Donny Gluckstein Bookmarks
Bob Marley: Roots, Reggae & Revolution Brian Richardson Bookmarks
Fighters in the Shadows Robert Gildea Faber & Faber
Bitter Freedom Maurice Walsh Faber & Faber
The Planet Remade Oliver Morton Granta
Don’t Trust Don’t Fear Don’t Beg Ben Stewart Guardian Books
Cameron’s Coup Polly Toynbee and David Walker Guardian Books
Swimming with Sharks Joris Luyendijk Guardian Books
Doing Good Better William Macaskill Guardian Books
The Song of the Shirt Jeremy Seabrook Hurst
2071 The World We’ll Leave Our Grandchildren Duncan Macmillan and Chris Rapley John Murray
Northern ReSisters: Conversations with Radical Women Bernadette Hyland Mary Quaile Club
Blacklisted Phil Chamberlain and Dave Smith New Internationalist
Austerity: The demolition of the welfare state and the rise of the zombie economy Kerry-Anne Mendoza New Internationalist
Rise of the Robots Martin Ford Oneworld
Unfinsihed Business Ann-Marie Slaughter Oneworld
My Life on the Road Gloria Steinem Oneworld
Empire of Fear Andrew Hosken Oneworld
Breadline Britain Stewart Lansley and Joanna Mack Oneworld
The Play of Political Culture, Emotions and Identity Candida Yates Palgrave
Social and Psychological Dimensions of Personal Debt and the Debt Industry ed. Serdar M. Degirmencioglu and Carl Walker Palgrave
Inscription, Diagnosis, Deception and the Mental Health Industry Craig Newnes Palgrave
Do We Need Midwives? Michel Odent Pinter and Martin
Men, Love & Birth Mark Harris Pinter and Martin
A Passion for Birth. My life: anthropology, family and feminism Sheila Kitzinger Pinter and Martin
Bare Reality: 100 Women, Their Breasts, Their Stories Laura Dodsworth Pinter and Martin
Rebel Footprints David Rosenberg Pluto Press
Syriza: Inside the Labyrinth Kevin Ovenden Pluto Press
The Mythology of Work Peter Fleming Pluto Press
Artwash: Big Oil and the Arts Mel Evans Pluto Press
Whose Land Is Our Land? The use and abuse of Britain’s forgotten acres Peter Hetherington Policy Press
Getting By: Estates, Class and Culture in Austerity Brtiain Lisa McKenzie Policy Press
Honourable Friends? Caroline Lucas Portobello
Who Cooked Adam Smith’s Dinner? Katrine Marcal Portobello
Do It Like A Woman Caroline Criado-Perez Portobello
The Cabaret of Planets Richard Mabey Profile Books
Social Theory William Outhwaite Profile Books
Other People’s Money John Kay Profile Books
What Nature Does For Britain Tony Juniper Profile Books
LGBT Diversity and Inclusion in Early Years Education Deborah Price and Kath Taylor Routledge
All Day Long: A Portrait of Britain At Work Joanna Biggs Serpent’s Tail
Thatcher’s Secret War Clive Bloom The History Press
Petticoat Heroes Rhian E. Jones University of Wales Press
No Such Thing as a Free Gift Linsey McGoey Verso
The Extreme Centre: A Warning Tariq Ali Verso
Trans: A Memoir Juliet Jacques Verso
The Rise of the Islamic State Patrick Cockburn Verso
Red Rosa Kate Evans Verso
Inventing the Future Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams Verso
I Call Myself a Feminist ed. Amy Annette, Rachel Holmes, Martha Mosse, Victoria Pepe and Alice Stride Virago
Clothing Poverty Andrew Brooks Zed Books
The Racket Matthew Kennard Zed Books

 

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