Prolific historical and fantasy novelist Guy Gavriel Kay shares what he learned from working with J R R Tolkien’s archives, and explains how Canada’s books... Read more
The literary agent and Bookseller Rising Star on Frankfurt’s charm—and the importance of taking a breather.
The literary agent of Sir Lenny Henry and David Harewood on her best Frankfurt memories—and why Berlin is the perfect preparation for the annual fair. ... Read more
A career in Los Angeles awaited Neil Christopher, until he saw an advert recruiting teachers in the Arctic, a role which led to him co-founding a... Read more
Scenes of jubilation—OK, contentedness—flooded the fair on Wednesday, until PRH’s leader brought delegates to tears with a tale of woe
Horace’s first in-person book fair since the onset of the pandemic sees him in buoyant spirits—and not solely because of the liquid refreshments on offer... Read more
Semareh Al-Hillal’s start leading the Anansi Press and Groundwood Books lists was buffeted when lockdowns hit, but the lists have emerged with cause for optimism.... Read more
Having taken the reins at iconic graphic novel publisher Drawn & Quarterly seven years ago, Peggy Burns looks back on its achievements— and ahead with... Read more
Acclaimed Zimbabwean novelist, filmmaker and activist Tsitsi Dangarembga discusses her career, from Booker bounces to broadening Africa's literary canon.
The co-creators of the book of the Earthshot Prize talk about striking the right tone in order to encourage individual action on climate change.... Read more