The Bread and Roses Submission List 2018

17 Apr

We are very happy to announce here the books submitted for the 2018 award, which this year features a record 63 entries. To qualify, all titles must fit the award’s political requirements, and have been published in 2017 by an author who is primarily resident in the UK.

The Shortlist will be announced on the 24th April 2018, and the award ceremony will be taking place at the London Radical Bookfair on Saturday 2nd June 2018. 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 Submission List is presented here in alphabetical order, by publisher.

Nasty Women Heather McDaid (Editor), Laura Jones (Editor) 404INK
Bitch Doctrine: Essays For Dissenting Adults Laurie Penny Bloomsbury
Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were Philip Lymbery Bloomsbury
How To Resist: Turn Protest To Power Matthew Bolton Bloomsbury
Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race Reni Eddo-Lodge Bloomsbury Circus
Politics Of The Mind: Marxism And Mental Distress Iain Ferguson Bookmark
Reader’s Guide To Marx’s Capital, A Joseph Choonara Bookmark
Know Your Place Nathan Connolly (Editor) Dead Ink
Post-Truth Matthew D’Ancona Ebury Press
Confessions Of A Recovering Environmentalist Paul Kingsnorth Faber & Faber
Future Sex: A New Kind Of Free Love Emily Witt Faber & Faber
Secret Life: Three True Stories Andrew O’Hagan Faber & Faber
Collusion: How Russia Helped Trump Win The White House Luke Harding Faber & Faber / Guardian
Dismembered: How The Atack On The State Harms Us All Polly Toynbee, David Walker Faber & Faber / Guardian
Border: A Journey To The Edge Of Europe Kapka Kassabova Granta
Island: A Journey Around Our Archipelago Patrick Barkham Granta
A Revolution of Feeling: The Decade that Forged the Modern Mind Rachel Hewitt Granta
Secret Twenties: British Intelligence, The Russians and the Jazz Age Timothy Phillips Granta
Strange Labrinth Will Ashton Granta
To Be A Machine Mark O’Connell Granta
Attack of the 50 Ft. Women: How Gender Equality Can Save The World! Catherine Mayer HarperCollins HQ
Diversify: Six Degrees of Integration June Sarpong HarperCollins HQ
Struggle Or Starve Sean Mitchell Haymarket
Go Back to Where You Came From: The Backlash Against Immigration & the Fate of Western Democracy  Sasha Polakow-Suransky Hurst
Mask And The Flag, The Paolo Gerbaudo Hurst
Gender Agenda, The Ros Ball, James Millar JKP
How To Understand Your Gender Alex Iantaffi, Meg-John Barker JKP
Justice For Laughing Boy Sara Ryan JKP
To My Trans Sisters Charlie Craggs (Editor) JKP
1984: India’s Guilty Secret Pav Singh Kashi House
Communism And Democracy Mike Makin-Waite Lawrence&Wishart
Corbyn Effect, The Mark Perryman (Editor) Lawrence&Wishart
Disarming The Nuclear Argument: The Truth About Nuclear Weapons Timmon Milne Wallis Luath Press
Poverty Safari Darren McGarvey Luath Press
Equality Effect: Improving Life For Everyone Danny Dorling New Internationalist
Stiff Upper Lip: Secrets, Crimes & the Schooling of a Ruling Cl Alex Renton Orion
Big Capital: Who Is London For? Anna Minton Penguin
Bread For All : The Origins of the Welfare State Chris Renwick Penguin Allen Lane
Familiar Stranger Stuart Hall (w. Bill Schwarz) Penguin Allen Lane
Of Women Shami Chakrabarti Penguin Allen Lane
Basic Income: And How We Can Make It Happen Guy Standing Penguin Pelican
Believe Nicola Adams Penguin Viking
Plant Messiah, The Carlos Magdalena Penguin Viking
Balfour’s Shadow David Cronin Pluto Press
Death Of Homo Economicus, The Peter Fleming Pluto Press
Looking To London Cynthia Cockburn Pluto Press
People’s History Of The Russian Revolution, A Neil Faulkner Pluto Press
The Violence of Austerity Vickie Cooper, David Whyte (editors) Pluto Press
Sound System: The Political Power Of Music Dave Randall Pluto Press
Student  Revolt Matt Meyers Pluto Press
What Is Islamophobia Massoumi, Mills & Miller (Editors) Pluto Press
Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways To Think Like a 21st Centu Kate Rowarth Random House
Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic Lynn Gaspard (Editor) Saqi
The Things I Would Tell You Sabrina Mahfouz (Editor) Saqi
Client Earth James Thornton, Martin Goodman Scribe
End Of Politicians, The Brett Henning Unbound
How To Be A Craftivist: The Art Of Gentle Protest Sarah Corbett Unbound
Body Positive Power Megan Jayne Crabbe Vermillion
Fearless Benjamin Lay, The Marcus Rediker Verso
New Poverty, The Stephen Armstrong Verso
October China Meiville Verso
Out Of The Wreckage: A New Politics For An Age Of Crisis George Monbiot Verso
Radical Happiness Lynne Segal Verso
Divide: A Brief Guide To Global Inequality & It’s Solutions Jason Hickel William Heinemann
Radicals: Outsiders Changing The World Jamie Bartlett William Heinemann

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