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Rashford scores again as striker named FutureBook Person of the Year for 2021

Manchester United and England forward Marcus Rashford MBE, who published his first book and launched a book club with Macmillan Children’s Books this year, talks... Read more

Begum reflects on Lit in Colour’s first year as initiative looks to push systemic change

Launched a year ago in a collaboration between Penguin Random House and The Runnymede Trust, Lit in Colour seeks to make the books taught in... Read more

Five questions for: Jacqueline Wilson

Five questions for: Jacqueline Wilson. Read more

Q&A: L J Ross

The crime fiction writer  L J Ross shares her experiences of engaging readers in the north-east, and weaving its settings and sights into her novels.... Read more

Joe Dunthorne | 'My version of London makes me a Londoner and everyone has their own version'

The Adulterants, the third novel by the prize-winning author Joe Dunthorne, is a comic tale about one man finally learning to grow up.... Read more

Gary Younge | 'It didn't take any special powers... anybody could've done this'

The Guardian’s editor-at-large, Gary Younge, investigates the prevalence of guns on the streets of America and the high price that is often paid by the... Read more

Interview: Mandy Hill

Mandy Hill, Cambridge University Press’ managing director of Academic Publishing, is not afraid to make use of a word rarely employed in public discourse about... Read more

Interview: Anthony Forbes Watson

Anthony Forbes Watson on the Publisher of the Year’s progress Picking up the Publisher of the Year award at The Bookseller Industry Awards last month,... Read more

Katherine Rundell | 'I had a really strong idea of what I wanted it to be about, but no coherent plot—plots are not my strong point'

The follow-up to Katherine Rundell’s highly acclaimed novel Rooftoppers is a darker tale, following a young girl who returns wolves to the wild... Read more

Andrew Miller | 'The moment you try to play safe you are likely to produce work that is of no interest'

The Costa-winning writer Andrew Miller talks about his latest novel, and the challenge of holding his nerve to write ‘high risk’ fiction Read more

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