We spoke to award-winning children’s illustrator David Small, who returns this October with a "fictional follow-up" to his 2009 memoir Stitches.
We spoke to American author Jesse Ball about the inspirations behind Gordon Burn Prize-winning novel Census (Granta Books).
The British Indian writer and literary director of the JCB Prize for Literature explains how a prize backed by a construction giant is enhancing the... Read more
Award-winning novelist Tamta Melashvili reflects on feminism in her home land, and how fiction can build bridges.
Everyone remembers their first time, says the C+W agent: from acclimatising to the unique rhythms of a book fair and its social side, to finding... Read more
The founder of HarperCollins’ new imprint Mudlark discusses how it came into being, and the type of writing he is hoping to unearth. ... Read more
The stalwart agent, TED sensation and high-profile publishing tweeter reveals what he always has to hand at the Buchmesse, and why he gave up on... Read more
Stephen Fry usurps Mark Manson to top the audio chart for August, as his narration of the Harry Potter titles enjoy an Indian summer.... Read more
Andy Davenport, who has been commissioned to create 50 episodes of a new stop-motion series called “Moon and Me”, will publish a tie-in title with... Read more
Robert Galbraith’s third Cormoran Strike title Lethal White has bagged the e-book number one straight out of the gate.