100 years to the day after Virginia and Leonard Woolf founded Hogarth Press, the Guardian looks back on its legacy.
Red online has gone a bit dystopia crazy, with this interview with Margaret Atwood and a list of best dystopian novels.
They also round up books to help with grief and loss.
The Bookseller reports on yesterday’s World Book Night celebrations.
This week’s Book Riot podcast includes a discussion of UK reading habits.
And the BBC Books and Authors podcast features Lisa McInerney, on her new novel Blood Miracles, as well as a discussion of regional writing and a postcard from Cuba.
The winner of this year’s Wellcome science book prize is Maylis de Kerangal for Mend the Living, which explores the emotional and physical complexities of organ donation.