Caroline Sanderson talks to Keggie Carew about her book Dadland (Chatto & Windus), which melds memoir, military history and more.
American author Mary Gaitskill talks to Alice O'Keeffe about her third novel, The Mare (Serpent's Tail), which may change her relatively unknown status in the... Read more
Bestselling crime author Peter James has teamed up with former police officer Graham Bartlett for a foray into non-fiction.
Cheltenham-born author and LA-resident Geoff Dyer tells Danny Arter why his latest book, White Sands, isn’t a straightforward travel book. ... Read more
Matthew Todd, the award-winning editor of gay magazine Attitude, tells Caroline Sanderson about his compassionate and campaigning life navigation guide for LGBT people, Straight Jacket... Read more
This week's My Job in 5 is with Sophie Schrey, senior editor, Buster Books, the children's imprint of Michael O'Mara.
It may appear to be little more than a quirky gift title, but Norwegian Wood, The British Book Industry Awards Non-Fiction Book of the Year,... Read more
After a middling start to life as a published author, The British Book Industry Awards' Children’s Book of the Year winner David Solomons found his... Read more
￼Hanya Yanagihara speaks to Cathy Rentzenbrink after claiming the Fiction Book of the Year award at The British Book Industry Awards.
The British Book Industry Awards' Book of the Year winner Andrew Michael Hurley reflects on a dizzying journey from (extremely) limited edition to the mass... Read more
Emma Cline's story of a teenage girl in thrall to a cult in 1960s California, The Girls, is set to be one of the biggest... Read more
First-time author Kit de Waal tells Caroline Carpenter why her strongly backed début novel, My Name is Leon, is true to life. ... Read more
Renowned human rights lawyer Philippe Sands tells Caroline Sanderson the extraordinary story of the coincidences he discovered while carrying out the research for his book,... Read more
Orange Prize-winning author Lionel Shriver tells Tom Tivnan how her futuristic vision of a toppled global power in her new novel The Mandibles came to... Read more
A fierce, fantastical, fighting feminist fiction effort from début novelist Sarai Walker, Dietland (Atlantic Books) proves difficult to neatly categorise . . . and equally... Read more