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Trapeze Memoir MMP November £6.99 288pp 978 1 4091 6676 4 ebook: £6.99 / 978 1 4091 6677 1

MAGGIE CLARkE AND CATHRYN kEMP Jam butties and a Pan of Scouse a heart-warming and nostalgic memoir of hardship and happiness in liverpool’s slums.

Set amongst Liverpool’s working-class docklands community, the story covers Maggie’s upbringing and sweeps across the changing face of the city, from its squalid streets, tenement blocks and cobbled roads to the decline of the docklands, new council housing, the rise of the Mersey beat and the beatles. This story captures the energy and passion of a city, and is home to a cast of colourful characters with the resilience to withstand the heartbreak and hardships that only the poorest can know.

Cathryn kemp is the Sunday Times bestselling author of We Ain’t Got No Drink, Pa and A Fish Supper and a Chippy Smile. She won the 2002 Peter Wilson Award for Journalism before running her own successful press agency. She is also the author of Painkiller Addict for which won the 2013 big Red Read Prize for non-fiction.

Aged 95, Margaret Clarke is sprightly and lives in London. Along with her daughter Eileen, she is keen to keep the memories of Liverpool alive through her storytelling.


Location: Maggie Clarke: London Cathryn kemp: East Sussex Available for interview @cathrynkemp

Trapeze Non-fiction • November 2016 / January 2017

Trapeze Cookery Hb January £14.99 272pp Full colour throughout 978 1 4091 6703 7 ebook: £14.99 / 978 1 4091 6704 4

LIZZIE kING Lizzie Loves Healthy Family Food

Over 150 deliciously healthy recipes for the whole family, by the popular nutritional health coach, cook and blogger lizzie loves healthy.

Lizzie Loves Healthy is the book for all parents wanting to eat healthy food alongside their kids. A mother of three, Lizzie king has created a book that will feed both parent and child. There are recipes for the older members of the family, which can then be blended for a child who is weaning. There are time saving recommendations: what makes a delicious soup can also be reconstituted into a side for the next day’s meal. It is the only book you and your family need to eat well, and be well, for life.

‘Not only is she a brilliant cook, but she fundamentally knows what is good and what is bad in food. i can’t wait to see it’ Thomasina Miers lizzie king is the face of popular blog Lizzie Loves Healthy. She trained at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and Leith’s and runs sell-out cookery classes in London, and with brand partners such as Daylesford.


Location: London, SW13 Available for interview f/