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.
An offbeat look at the carpets adorning the UK’s largest chain of pubs, Kit Caless' Spoon’s Carpets: An Appreciation has the feel of a festive... Read more
The Guardian’s editor-at-large, Gary Younge, investigates the prevalence of guns on the streets of America and the high price that is often paid by the... Read more
With two critically lauded novels under his belt, Irish author Donal Ryan returns with another scintillating tale, writes Alice O’Keeffe.
Jonathan Safran Foer’s first novel for 10 years, Here I Am, finds him seeking a deep communion with his readers. ... Read more
Eimear McBride talks to Alice O'Keeffe about the follow-up to her prize-winning début, an exploration of an intense relationship set during mid-90s London. ... Read more
Caroline Sanderson gets cosy with the chief executive of the Happiness Research Institute, Meik Wiking, to talk about his book about the Danish concept of... Read more
After two successful picture books, former art director Rob Biddulph tells Alice O’Keeffe how his third creation Odd Dog Out strives for individuality.... Read more
Paul McAlindin's musical memoir of overcoming the odds in the Middle East hits all the right notes, says Caroline Sanderson.
Kate Eberlen talks to Alice O'Keeffe about her charming romantic comedy and Mantle’s big commercial fiction title for the summer, Miss You.... Read more
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