Migrant Workers and the City: Generation Now

Huang Chuanhui

China is changing. Today’s migrants from the countryside are a world apart from their fathers and grandfathers who made the same journeys to the metropolises in search of work twenty and thirty years before them. Better educated and connected by technology, they now expect more than a wage from the society they can currently only…

China Publishing Group, Feb 2, 2019 | 61 Rights available

Zhongshan Road

Huang Chuanhui

From a Western perspective, China remains a land of mystique. If we observe its development and affairs at face value in the paradigm of a Western reality, it is impossible to fathom the sheer pace of China’s industrialization. This book is an insight into not only the historical events that have shaped China, but into…

China Publishing Group, Feb 2, 2019 | 60 Rights available

Learning to die A book to help say goodbye

Felix Hütten

Does dying after a long illness hurt? How do you take care of the dying in their last hours? What documents should everyone fill in for the sake of their relatives? In a humane, lively and relaxed style, Felix Hütten gives answers to countless questions on the topic of dying, which are much too rarely…

Hanser, Mar 4, 2019 | 62 Rights available

When It’s Sunday

Verena Körting

52 Stories for 52 Sundays!

Loewe , Mar 22, 2019 | 62 Rights available

Withdrawal - Stories of a Taboo

Wolfgang Schivelbusch

The fact that things have always moved forward is one of the convictions of modern times: there is no provision for retreat. And yet there are situations where a U-turn has been the only thing that prevented greater misfortune. History’s most spectacular examples of this have been when commanders turned back large armies. Using five…

Hanser, Mar 4, 2019 | 62 Rights available

A Useable Past - A three volume set

C. Stephen Yeo

*Volume 1. Victorian Agitator, George Jacob Holyoake (1817-1906): Co-operation as 'This New Order of Life.' * Volume 2. A New Life, The Religion of Socialism in Britain, 1883-1896: Alternatives to State Socialism. * Volume 3. Class Conflict and Co-operation in 19th and 20th Century Britain. Education for Association: re-membering for a new moral world.

Edward Everett Root, Mar 9, 2019 | 63 Rights available

Cogito, Ergo Dumb

Sebastian 23

Man is stupid, and mankind even more so. But were we always equally stupid, or is there evidence of progressive stupidity? And what’s the truth behind the rumor that the stupid are happier? The poet and thinker Sebastian 23 takes us on a tour through the stupidities of human history. Finally, he takes a look…

Benevento Publishing, Apr 8, 2020 | 68 Rights available

I AM THE BORDER, SO I AM

@BorderIrish,

'Channelling the spirit of Monty Python, Father Ted and Oscar Wilde, [@BorderIrish] trolls the Brexit process with a tone that is whimsical, sometimes surreal and always pointed.' -- Guardian

Mohrbooks Literary Agency, Sep 14, 2019 | 1 Rights available

Iro Iro - Japan from pop to sublime

GIORGIO AMITRANO

From the historical roots of karaoke to a magical and melancholic evening in a small bar with a famous writer and two mysterious customers; from the unpredictable outcomes of a calligraphy exercise which took place in an ancient monastery to the discovery of the contemporary Japanese taste through writers, artists and fashion designers; from the…

DeA PLaneta Libri, Feb 11, 2019 | 62 Rights available

THE HEAT OF THE MOMENT IN TREATMENT

Mitch Abblett

Every therapist has challenging clients who drive them crazy. Learning to put distance between you and your clients and navigate the sometimes difficult waters of therapeutic relationships can be hard. This book tackles delicate questions: how to help those you don’t like and bring authenticity to all therapeutic relationships. Mitch Abblett works at a Harvard-affiliated…

Norton Publishers, Mar 6, 2016 | 1 Rights available