Can male writers avoid misogyny? (!!)
A blogger has rounded up the 100 best British books on politics.
A fair point by the Literary Editor of The Times:
The children’s book “Royal Rabbits” is to become an afternoon tea experience.
The Guardian rounds up the best new paperbacks.
Margaret Atwood, John Le Carré and Zadie Smith are among the authors featured in the South Bank Centre’s new programme for summer/autumn 2017.
Blackwell’s Charity of the Year is to be Book Aid International.
Good news for fans of YA! The UK publication date of the highly anticipated novel When Dimple Met Rishi has been moved up.
Amazon is opening a new development centre in Cambridge this autumn and recruiting “extensively” for highly-skilled people, says the Bookseller.
The latest Spectator Books podcast features Dominic Dromgoole, author of Hamlet, Globe to Globe, while Richard and Judy discuss The Couple Next Door.
The Guardian argues that TV is rewriting the book (ha) on adapting novels for the screen.