Tony Read leaves a legacy of improving educational facilities in a number of developing countries, writes Amanda Buchan.
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
Hispabooks' founder Ana Pérez Galván explains the indie’s approach to Sandra Williamson.
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
How much of a threat to traditional publishers are self-published e-books? Enders analyst Joseph Evans evaluates the market.
Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train (Random House) has supplanted Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Pottermore) at the top of April’s Audible Audio... Read more
If you are reading our recent charts in one go, there is a chance you may develop a bit of Paula Hawkins fatigue (although one imagines... Read more