Not many would have predicted back in March 2020 that 16 months on from the first national lockdown we would only now be slowly, hesitantly,... Read more
Beth Barker and Kate Baguley talk to us about launching the “Up North Books” podcast to celebrate northern literature.
Author Katherine Woodfine talks about her new book and relocating to the north of England.
The crime fiction writer shares her experiences of engaging readers in the north-east, and weaving its settings and sights into her novels.
The founders of Northodox Press, a new crime fiction publisher based in the north of England, answer our questions.
Over 422 days, Rob Pope ran 15,700 miles across America to raise money for charity. In Becoming Forrest, he reveals why—and his biggest challenges... Read more
The founding chief executive of New Writing North reveals how the organisation has grown in the past quarter of a century, pivoted in the pandemic,... Read more
Sheffield indie And Other Stories turns 10 in September, and it has lined up a fresh visual direction and events to celebrate a decade in... Read more
Seven Stories, Newcastle’s National Centre for Children’s Books, has weathered the pandemic and boosted links with the community—and is now ready to launch three new... Read more
Hachette UK’s Manchester office is the first of five workspaces to open across the country in the next three months, in a move it says... Read more