Philip Jones weighs up whether the book trade can, or should, try to balance politics with business.
Double Booker Prize-winning author Margaret Atwood is headlining the Southbank Centre's spring literature season, alongside Akala and Hanya Yanagihara.
"The Graham Norton Book Club" podcast is returning for a second series on Audible on 25th October with guests including Dave Grohl, Margaret Atwood and Matt Haig.... Read more
Margaret Atwood’s "visionary" new work of non-fiction, Burning Questions Essays 2004–2021, will be published by Chatto & Windus in March 2022. ... Read more
The Society of Authors has revealed its autumn/winter line-up of online events raising money for the Authors’ Contingency Fund.
Vintage is marking paperback publication of Margaret Atwood's The Testaments with an innovative campaign that sees pro-Gilead posters defaced with anti-Gilead slogans over several days.... Read more
Margaret Atwood is marking the paperback publication of her Booker-winning novel The Testaments (Chatto) with a live streamed event via Fane Online.... Read more
Margaret Atwood is to narrate the audiobook her new poetry collection, Dearly, which publishes simultaneously with the print edition on 10th November. ... Read more
High-profile authors including Margaret Atwood, Salman Rushdie, Malcolm Gladwell and J K Rowling have signed an open letter protesting "ideological conformity" and the spread of "censoriousness", including "an... Read more
Vintage has revealed the striking cover for Margaret Atwood's new poetry book, Dearly—the writer's first collection for a decade.