In the first of a four-part interview in Elle, Emma Watson talks to Eve Ensler, author of the Vagina Monologues.
Joanna Cannon, author of the best-selling The Trouble With Goats and Sheep, plans to keep working in the NHS despite her whopping £300,000 book deal.
Ursula K Le Guin thinks that Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology is lacking in nihilism.
Red online rounds up the best books of April.
Marie Claire advises you read these books before the TV adaptation comes to the screen.
The Guardian lists the top ten books about fathers.
YouTube star Hollie McNish has won the Ted Hughes prize for her poetry collection Nobody Told Me, a verse memoir from ‘the frontline of motherhood’.
An Orwellian anthology is being launched as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
Across the Pond, the Slate Culture Gabfest podcast discusses To Walk Invisible, the new(ish) drama about the Bronte sisters.