Red online recommends 10 new crime thrillers to read this summer.
Meet the Bookstagrammers, a fabulous Instagram tribe of devoted readers, who revel in the aesthetics of books.
Blake Lively is to star in a screen adaptation of The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty.
The relationship between the book, TV and film industries is reportedly stronger than ever.
The London Book Fair is to host a debate on Books, Brexit, and Brits at Book Expo America in New York next week.
Ali Smith’s Autumn is longlisted for the Gordon Burn Prize 2017. The prize, is designed “to celebrate the legacy of one of literature’s great innovators” whether in fiction or non-fiction, in honour of Burn who himself often blurred the line between the two.
An ode to brothers, world-changing women and a Daphne Du Maurier classic are among what the team at The Pool are reading this week.
Nine ‘rediscovered’ Ruth Rendell short stories are to be published in October.
Alex Wheatle is among the writers to take up residencies in London libraries.
Katy Whitehead has won the 2017 Fitzcarraldo Editions Essay Prize with “Adventures in Synthetic Fun”. The prize is an annual competition for unpublished British and Irish writers, rewarding the best proposal for a book-length essay.
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