Sarah Howe became the first poet to win the T S Eliot Prize with a debut collection at a ceremony at the V&A Museum in London on Monday 11th January. Picture: Adrian Pope/PBS
Howe (second left) with the prize judges (from left) Ahren Warner, Kei Miller and Pascale Petit. Picture: Adrian Pope/PBS
Kate Wilson from Nosy Crow and Axel Scheffler at the Nosy Crow Illustrators Salon on Monday 11th of January at The Book Club in London.
Author Andy McNab trekked to the South Pole to raise money and awareness for The Reading Agency’s #ReadingJourney appeal.
A volunteer is publicly shamed in hashtag-shaped wooden stocks in Shoreditch, London as part of a publicity stunt for Picador’s paperback publication of Jon Ronson’s So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed on Tuesday 12th January.
The joint winners of the Eccles British Library Writer in Residence Award 2016, William Atkins and Alison MacLeod, pictured at the British Library, begin their residency this month. Picture: Alexander McIntyre
In celebration of his upcoming Flying Fergus children's series with Hot Key Books, Olympic cyclist Chris Hoy (second left) attended a meal at Hix Soho along with his co-writer Jo Nadin, as well as booksellers, the media and Bonnier Fiction staff.