Hearing Other Voices

This series is for  general readers, and especially for idealistic  young adults. 


Visit the Hearing Other Voices site for more info.


The series logo was designed  by Rob Janoff, creator of the famous Apple logo

Published 2018-19

Available from lulu.com online bookshop and/or amazon.com


  • Taking a Bite from the Apple, Rob  Janoff, creator of the Apple logo 

  • Time for the world to learn from Africa, Ruth Finnegan FBA, anthropologist

  • Voices from the Christian West,  Arthur Hawes, theologian, Emeritus Archdeacon

  • From Blank Canvas to Garment: a creative journey of discovery, Marella Campagna, fashion designer 

  • Listen world!  Evelyn Glennie, the world’s premier solo percussionist

  • Native American Knowledge Systems, Clara Sue Kidsell, historian of science

  • Façonner la Parole en Afrique de l'Ouest / Voices of West Africa, us Cecile Leguy , Africanist

  • For peace: Voices of protest and aspiration, an anthology, edited by Ruth Finnegan, anthropologist 

  • Decisions, Decisions, Decisions, with Compassion and Love: voice from the headteacher’s study, Neil James, headteacher 

  • Being a Poet, Being an Archbishop, Being Human,  Rowan Williams FBA, writer, poet, theologian

  • Hunter-gatherers: something to learn,  Alan Barnard FBA, anthropologist

  • Grass Miracle from the Earth, David Campbell Callender, naturalist

  • Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, Simple Guide by an Expert, H.A.Lorentz, close colleague of Einstein’s

  • Our Amazing World, seen by a scientist, a thinker, an Astronomer Royal, Martin Rees, FRS, cosmologist   

  • Mind how you go: mind, body or spirit? Arthur Hawes, theologian and mental health worker

  • An  artist-priest: is it possible? Rev Ernesto Lozada Uzuriaga, painter and church minster

  • A refugee, a doctor, a singer - and a Lieutenant Colonel,  Thao Nguyen, General Practitioner 

  • Being a pastry cook, a restaurant owner, an immigrant, and more, Stefan Rinke, chef

  • From youth offender to tattoo’d charity worker, educator and visionary, David Tissington, volunteer 

  • The horse in history, an amazing adventure, Basil Tozer, historian

  • “Listen to this!”  The astonishing history of quotation marks and how to use them, Ruth Finnegan

  • Will we survive? The transantarctic  expedition of 1914-17, Ernest Shackleton, explorer

  • Meet the Sun, Ruth Finnegan and Claudio Vita-Finzi, solar geologist  

  • Into war games, into community, into the army, Christophe Finnegan, retired  Army Corporal,  


Coming soon ( some title wording provisional

  • Time for the world to learn from China, Yunxia Wu, anthropologist 

  • Being a street kid, being a street watcher, being there, Marcus Hurcombe, Youth worker

  • Hear the universe begin,  Roh-Suan Tung, physicist 

  • Being a software engineer and its magic! Ian Trimnell, engineer

  • Storms, their amazing life, Tom Schofield, sea captain

  • My fifty-year journey through maps, John Hunt, cartographer 

  • Get your teeth into it. Dentistry through my eyes, Jesal Pankhania, dentist

  • Being on the inside as an outsider: on doing thinking about thinking doing, Raymond Apthorpe, anthropologist

  • Gypsy voices, edited by Judith Okely, anthropologist

  • Administrating, Master-Minding and such, a fun life, Ken Edmond, administrator

  • Donkeys, wonders of the humblest, David Campbell Callender, naturalist

  • An incredible journey: from failed Kenyan schoolboy to taxi driver and pastor, John Shabaya, minister

  • Birds Magic of the sky and trees, David Campbell Callender ( aka Ruth Finnegan), naturalist 

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