Nearly 20 years after her début bestseller Ralph’s Party, Lisa Jewell reflects on her long career and her recent move into psychological thrillers.... Read more
At a time in which the British psyche is under interrogation - and a united kingdom may itself be under threat - John Higgs' cross-country... Read more
Kiran Millwood Hargrave’s début novel A Girl of Ink & Stars was a massive success, winning the British Book Awards’ Children’s Book of the Year... Read more
On 11th July 1997, The Bookseller interviewed Jo Rowling, then a little-known author, about her first novel - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. To... Read more
Award-winning rapper, graphic novelist and entrepreneur Akala has turned his talent to picture books, with new series endorsing a meritocratic message.
The winner of the Book of the Year at the British Book Awards, Sarah Perry’s The Essex Serpent has taken the literary world by storm.... Read more
Self-help titles that perpetuate the idea that a ‘perfect’ self is attainable are dismantled by an investigation into modern-day narcissism.
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A precocious young Irish writer whose début was at the heart of a seven-way auction has produced a novel that belies its creator’s years, reckons... Read more
A first novel that was at the heart of a fierce auction before the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2015 lives up to the hype, says... Read more
An intriguing blend of memoir, audible history and anecdote makes for a fascinating exploration of the impact of the aural. Caroline Sanderson reports.
Literary novelist Jon McGregor explains how his fifth novel in an impressive and lauded oeuvre, his first for Fourth estate, interrogates the extraordinary within the... Read more
A slender but spellbinding début packs a punch that belies its brevity, with the author’s background in poetry shining through her first published full-length prose.... Read more
Had 28-year-old Dutch historian Rutger Bregman pursued his original personal utopia, he would have completed a PhD on some obscure aspect of the history of... Read more
Caroline Sanderson talks to Min Kym about her book Gone: A Girl, A Violin, A Life Unstrung, and her journey through music.... Read more