Tagged: Margaret Atwood

Vintage rallies indie bookshops for Atwood's The Testaments

Vintage and Index on Censorship are calling on independent bookshops to coordinate creative publication events for Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments, the much-anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s... Read more

Atwood to launch Handmaid's Tale sequel with live screening and six-date tour

Margaret Atwood will celebrate the publication of The Handmaid’s Tale sequel, The Testaments (Chatto & Windus), with a live global cinema event in September, followed by a six-date tour... Read more

Cape to publish The Handmaid’s Tale graphic novel

Vintage imprint Jonathan Cape will publish the graphic novel adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale later this month. ... Read more

Pullman, Donaldson, Riddell and Atwood in New Year's Honours

His Dark Materials creator Philip Pullman has been knighted in the New Year's Honours list. Read more

Atwood to publish sequel to The Handmaid's Tale in 2019

Margaret Atwood is writing a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, set 15 years after Offred's ambiguous final scene in the acclaimed 1985-published novel.... Read more

Authors and publishers donate thousands of books to Oxfam

Paula Hawkins, Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman and Robert Webb are among the authors donating thousands of books to Oxfam in a bid to boost sales... Read more

Atwood, Schlag and Morris to receive Hay Festival Medals

Margaret Atwood, Evelyn Schlag and Jackie Morris have been named the recipients of this year’s Hay Festival Medals.  Read more

Atwood and Walliams to headline Hay Festival

Margaret Atwood, David Walliams and Jacqueline Wilson are amongst those headlining the Hay Festival, which is set to respond to the world's “urgent need of empathy”,... Read more

Atwood adapts first graphic novel with Audible

Margaret Atwood has teamed up with Audible to adapt her first graphic novel, Angel Catbird, into an audio drama.... Read more

Atwood sparks backlash over #MeToo concerns

Author Margaret Atwood has drawn criticism for suggesting the #MeToo movement is bypassing the legal system. Read more

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