Malorie Blackman, Alex T Smith, Abi Elphinstone and Sibéal Pounder are amongst the authors behind next year’s expanded line-up of £1 World Book Day (WBD)... Read more
Malorie Blackman is publishing a fifth book in her Noughts & Crosses series, inspired by Brexit, Trump and the rise of the far-right in Europe.... Read more
Children’s author Malorie Blackman is one of the writers working on the new television series of Doctor Who, the BBC has revealed.
Literacy organisations celebrated the Duchess of Cornwall’s upcoming 70th birthday by delivering 70 primary schools a set of 70 books and specially designed bookshelves.
This week's pictures round-up features a buddhist nun, the Penderyn Music Book Prize and Noughts & Crosses inspired chalk murals.
Three début authors are up against children’s book heavyweights Malorie Blackman and Francesca Simon on the 10-strong YA Book Prize 2017 shortlist.
Former children's laureate Malorie Blackman has vowed to boycott literature festivals and events in the US while Donald Trump's "travel ban" policy - barring refugees... Read more
The Jhalak Prize for Book of the Year by a Writer of Colour has announced its inaugural longlist, recognising authors including Malorie Blackman, Gary Younge and Abir Mukherjee.... Read more
More than 300 writers have signed a letter to the new secretary of state for culture, Karen Bradley, asking her to “set a new course”... Read more
The BBC is set to adapt Malorie Blackman's classic YA novel Noughts and Crosses for television.