Times creates new 'inclusive' Books supplement

<p>The Times has revamped its books coverage with a new 24-page supplement dedicated to book reviews, features, charts and opinion, published weekly with its Saturday edition. It is the second national daily newspaper to create a standalone literary section, following the Guardian's launch of Review in 2002.

The first "Books" supplement this weekend featured high-profile contributors including cricketer Ed Smith, P D James, actor Alan Davies and restaurant critic Giles Coren. David Baddiel and Jeanette Winterson will write fortnightly columns. Elements such as the Times' recently-establishe...

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