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‘The Punk Kings of Dyslexia’ with Stephen Micalef and Shanne Bradley
Wednesday 29th March, 7pm
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‘Sound System: The Political Power of Music’ with Dave Randall
Wednesday 5th April, 7pm
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‘Free Movement and Beyond: Agenda Setting for Brexit Britain’ with Kate Hudson
Wednesday 12th April, 7pm
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PLUTO PRESS TAKEOVER
‘The Political Thought of Abdullah Öcalan' with Dr Kamran Matin, Dilar Dirik, and Reimer Heider
Wednesday 19th April, 7pm
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PLUTO PRESS TAKEOVER
‘Voices from the “Jungle” - Stories From The Calais Refugee Camp’
Wednesday 26th April, 7pm
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‘Signal Failure: London to Birmingham, HS2 on foot’ with Tom Jeffreys
Thursday 4th May 7pm
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‘Surviving The Future: culture, carnival, and capital in the aftermath of the market economy’ with Shaun Chamberlin
Wednesday 12th May, 7pm
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Monday to Saturday 10am to 6.30pm
Sunday 12 noon to 6pm

Housmans is closed on public holidays.

We're only two minutes' walk from all the Kings Cross and St Pancras rail and underground stations (see Contact/Find Us page for map and directions)




 
The Fuse Book Club

 

The Fuse Book Club

Housmans has a monthly book club which usually meets on the second Thursday of the month, starting at 7pm in the shop.

This is a friendly, relaxed group, and all book-lovers are welcome. The group reads a lot of non-fiction titles, and some fiction, too. Members are always welcome to suggest the next title, and there's no obligation to come along every month if you don't fancy it.

Fuse members get a 20% discount if you choose to buy the upcoming book from the shop.

If you would like to join the reading group, you are welcome to just show up on the evening, but to be added to the mailing list and kept up to date with details of forthcoming meetings, email catherine[at]housmans.com.

2017 upcoming titles under discussion are:

Thursday 13th April G by John Berger
"a brilliant novel about the search for intimacy in history's private moments", this 1972 novel by influential art critic John Berger also won the Booker Prize.

Thursday 11th May Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine
Blurring the lines between prose, poetry and social criticism, this book by American poet Claudia Rankine explores the politics of race and the imagination in the United States.

Thursday 8th June Respectable: The Experience of Class by Lynsey Hanley
"In this empathic, wry and passionate exploration of class in Britain today, Lynsey Hanley looks at how people are kept apart, and keep themselves apart - and the costs involved in the journey from 'there' to 'here'."


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What We've Read So Far:

Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer

Hope in the Dark by Rebecca Solnit

Oblivion by David Foster Wallace

The Hammer Blow by Andrea Needham

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot

Postcapitalism by Paul Mason

Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

So You've Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson

The Vegetarian by Han Kang

A Book For Her by Bridget Christie

The Rent Trap by Samir Jeraj and Rosie Walker

Are You My Mother? by Alison Bechdel

The Establishment: And How They Get Away With It by Owen Jones

Economics: The User's Guide by Ha-Joon Chang

Fun Home by Alison Bechdel

A Very British Coup by Chris Mullin

This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein

Here We Stand: Women Changing the World edited by Helena Earnshaw and Angharad Penrhyn Jones

Stitched Up by Tansy Hoskins

News From Nowhere by William Morris

The Open Veins of Latin America by Eduardo Galeano

What the **** is Normal? by Francesca Martinez

Austerity: The Demolition of the Welfare State and the Rise of the Zombie Economy by Kerry-Anne Mendoza

Half the Sky by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn

Slaughterhouse-5 by Kurt Vonnegut

Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi

On Anarchism by Noam Chomsky

Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson

Broken Republic by Arundhati Roy

How To Build A Girl by Caitlin Moran

The Village Against the World by Dan Hancox

Revolt on the Right: Explaining Support for the Radical Right in Britain by Robert Ford and Matthew Goodwin

Bound for Glory by Woody Guthrie

Why Internet Porn Matters by Margret Grebowicz

Estates by Lynsey Hanley

All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

The Equality Illusion by Kat Banyard

Anarchy in Action by Colin Ward

As the World Burns by Derek Jensen and Stephanie McMillan

Scattered Sands: The Story of China's Rural Migrants by Hsiao-Hung Pai

Riot City by Clive Bloom

Why It's Still Kicking Off Everywhere by Paul Mason

One Dimensional Woman by Nina Power

Chavs by Owen Jones

Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist by Robert Tressell

Together: The Rituals, Pleasures and Politics of Cooperation by Richard Sennett

When a Billion Chinese Jump by Jonathan Watts

Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books by Azar Nafisi

Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell