Feminist classic The Life and Loves of a She Devil finally has its sequel and, as Benedicte Page discovers, its outspoken author Fay Weldon is... Read more
Sara Baume’s second novel is a powerful meditation on art, loneliness and finding one’s place in the world.
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Martina Cole, the bestselling and prolific author of crime fiction, is to be celebrated by publisher Headline in her 25th year as a published author.... Read more
Sarah Pinborough, the author whose backlist defies classification, returns with her 21st novel—and what deserves to be her breakthrough book.
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Emma Flint’s début novel takes a departure from more recent crime novels and Little Deaths stands out as a result, says Alice O'Keeffe.... Read more
The author who writes grown-up titles in the morning and children’s books in the afternoon has penned a mythical masterpiece with allusions to many kids’... Read more
Glittering reviews, swathes of high-profile media coverage and a reported seven-figure sum — Yaa Gyasi’s début Homegoing lives up to the hype, says Alice O’Keeffe.... Read more
Zadie Smith talks to Alice O'Keeffe about her eagerly awaited new novel Swing Time, which follows the course of a friendship between two girls in... Read more
The Innocent Drinks co-founder has compiled a book of advice from ‘extraordinary people’ that he hopes will give something back—in more ways than one.... Read more
Think you know everything about Jane Austen? Helena Kelly invites you to think again about one of the nation’s favourite authors in Jane Austen, The... Read more
As the bestselling Wimpy Kid series nears its pre-teen era in its 11th instalment, its creator, author/illustrator-turned-bookseller Jeff Kinney, reflects on its evolution... Read more
Costa-winning author Sebastian Barry tells Benedicte Page how his novel about fleeing famine for a new life in America, Days Without End, turned into a... Read more
Charlotte Eyre talks to Robin Stevens about her latest Agatha Christie-inspired boarding school crime caper, which decamps to Cambridge for some Christmastime hijinks.