• Alexandra Fuller: Interview

    At the end of Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight (Picador)—one of my favourite memoirs—its author Alexandra Fuller marries Charlie Ross, an adventurous American,... Read more

  • Cecilia Ekbäck: Interview

    A “wolf winter”, or Vargavinter in Swedish, is a way of describing an exceptionally long and bitter winter, but it also has a second meaning,... Read more

  • Paula Hawkins: Interview

    Like most Londoners, Paula Hawkins became very familiar with the daily commute. But unlike most passengers, she has turned her experiences of being on a... Read more

  • David Whitehouse: interview

    David Whitehouse’s second novel, Mobile Library (Picador, January), is a book for bibliophiles; a modern fairytale of four people thrown together as a makeshift family... Read more

  • Emma Hooper: Interview

    “A love letter to my homeland, the Canadian prairies” is how author Emma Hooper describes her début novel, Otto and Etta and Russell and James... Read more

  • Interview with Mal Peet

    This November sees veteran Young Adult author Mal Peet having something of a renewal with his first novel for adults, The Murdstone Trilogy. As well as... Read more

  • Ann Leckie: Interview

    Ann Leckie was at home in St Louis, Missouri, on the night of the Arthur C Clarke Award ceremony back in May. Up for... Read more

  • Colm Tóibín: Interview

    Nora Webster (Viking, October), Colm Tóibín’s seventh novel, returns to the provincial Irish town of Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, familiar to readers of his Costa... Read more

  • Matt Parker: Interview

    Ask mathematician Matt Parker what his favourite number is, and you won’t get some namby-pamby random answer like seven or 11 (even if 11... Read more

  • Michel Faber: Interview

    It is said of some authors that they write essentially the same book over and over again—not a charge that can be levelled at... Read more