Schoolgirl Isabel Harris is getting a book deal after winning a competition. She will create an animal-themed picture book.
If you’ve read I Love Dick by Chris Kraus, it probably won’t surprise you to hear that it was “written in a delirium“.
This week’s Guardian podcast comes from the Hay Festival, and features Cory Doctorow, Helen Fielding, and Shashi Tharoor.
Tony Walsh’s Manchester poem has inspired a charity book in aid of the victims of last week’s bombing.
Stylist revisits the real-life events that inspired The Handmaid’s Tale.
Today’s Baileys-shortlisted novel excerpted on The Pool is The Power by Naomi Alderman.
James Williams, a doctoral candidate at Oxford, has won the Nine Dots Prize, which was established to “promote and encourage innovative thinking to address problems facing the modern world” — in his case, the negative side of the interface of technology and politics.