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Forthcoming titles

Simon Poole and William Stephenson (Editors), Unlocked: Writing from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2020.

Matthieu Adam and Nathalie Ortar (Editors), Becoming Urban Cyclists: From Socialization to Skills.

Peter Boughton and Ian Dunn, George Cuitt (1779–1854): 'England's Piranesi': His Life and Work and a Catalogue Raisonné of His Etchings.

Recent titles

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Peter Francis, The Widening Circle of Us: A Theological Memoir.

Michelle D. Ravenscroft, Bee Hughes, Charlotte Dann and Paul G. Nixon (Editors), Talking Bodies III: Transformations, Movements and Expression.

Bruce Ing, The Fungi of North East Wales: A Mycota for Vice-Counties 50 (Denbighshire) and 51 (Flintshire).

Bruce Ing, Biodiversity in the North West: The Mildews of North West England.

Bruce Ing, Biodiversity in the North West: The Slime Moulds of Lancashire and Cumbria.

Peter Madsen Gubi with Jan Korris and William West, Reflective Practice Groups for Clergy: Offering Pastoral Supervision, Well-Being Support and Spiritual Formation in Community.

Nikki Kyimba, Trauma-Informed Mindfulness: A Practitioner's Guide for One-to-One Work.

Simon Gwyn Roberts, From the Welsh Border to the World: Travels in Minority Languages.

Anthony Annakin-Smith, The Neston Collieries, 1759-1855: An Industrial Revolution in Rural Cheshire.

James Holt, Beyond the Big Six Religions: Expanding the Boundaries in the Teaching of Religion and Worldviews.

William Stephenson (Editor), Island Chain: Short Stories from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2018.

Wayne Morris (Editor), Acedia and the Transformation of Spiritual Malaise: Essays in Honour of Martin McAlinden.

Simon E. Poole (Editor), Opening Words: Stories and Poems for Children from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2017.

Katherine Harrison and Cassandra A. Ogden (Editors), Pornographies: Critical Positions.

Jonathon Louth and Martin Potter (Editors), Edges of Identity: Neoliberal Subjectivities.

Ian Seed (Editor), Crossings Over: Poetry from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2016.

Derek Halbert and Hayley Whitaker, Advocacy and Public Speaking: A Student's Introduction.

Stephen E. Harding, Ingimund's Saga: Viking Wirral.

Sharon M. Varey and Graeme J. White (Editors), Landscapes Past and Present: Cheshire and Beyond.

Jonathon Louth (Editor), Edges of Identity: The Production of Neoliberal Subjectivities.

Ian Seed (Editor), Patches of Light: Short Stories from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2015.

Rebecca Mallett, Cassandra A. Ogden and Jenny Slater (Editors), Theorising Normalcy and the Mundane: Precarious Positions.

Ian Dunn, The Bright Star in the Present Prospect: The University of Chester 1839-2015.

Jaki Brien, Out of this Word: Stories and Poems for Children from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2014.

Peter Gubi (Editor), Listening to Less-heard Voices: Developing Counsellors' Awareness.

Guy Hodgson, War Torn: Manchester, its Newspapers and the Luftwaffe's Blitz of 1940.

Peter Cox (Editor), Cycling Cultures.

Paul Taylor and Paul Wagg, Work and Society: Places, Spaces and Identities, 2014, ISBN 978-1-908258-15-1, £12.99.

Emma L. E. Rees, Great Escapes: Poetry from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2013, 2014, ISBN 978-1-908258-21-2, £10.99.

Dunja Njaradi, Backstage Economies: Labour and Masculinities in Contemporary European Dance, 2014, ISBN 978-1-908258-14-4, £13.99.

Graeme J. White, On Chester On: A History of Chester College and the University of Chester, 2014, ISBN 978-1-908258-19-9, £14.99.

Claire Griffiths (Editor),  Contesting Historical Divides in French-speaking Africa, ISBN 978-1-908258-13-8, 2013, £14.99.

Emma L. E. Rees (Editor), Lost and Found: Short Stories from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2012, 2013, ISBN 978-1-908258-10-6, £11.99.

Simon Gwyn Roberts, Shades of Expression: Online Political Journalism in the Post-Colour Revolution Nations, 2013, ISBN 978-1-908258-07-6, £13.99. 

Cassandra A Ogden and Stephen Wakeman (Editors), Corporeality: The Body and Society (Issues in the Social Sciences), 2013, ISBN 978-1-905929-97-9, £12.99.

Ian Dunn, The Bright Star in the Present Prospect: The University of Chester, 1839-2012, 2012, ISBN 978-1-905929-99-3, £5.00.

Ros Aitken, The Prime Minister’s Son. Stephen Gladstone, Rector of Hawarden2012, ISBN 978-1-908258-01-4, £14.99.

Sharon M. Varey and Graeme J. White (Editors), Landscape History Discoveries in the North West (for the Chester Society for Landscape History), 2012, ISBN 978-1-908258-00-7, £12.99.

Derek Alsop, More Bagpipe Music: Poems on Scotland, 2012, ISBN 978-1-908258-05-2, £7.99.

Jaki Brien (Editor), Wordlife: Stories and Poems for Children from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2011, 2012, ISBN 978-1-905929-98-6, £10.99.