British books out in the US today include The Doll Funeral by Kate Hamer, The Party by Elizabeth Day, and Living the Dream by Lauren Berry.

This week’s excerpted novel at The Pool is The Readymade Thief by Augustus Rose.

The longlist for the DSC Prize for South Asian literature is out, and several UK publishers have books on it.

Eimear McBride and Laura Cumming have won Britain’s oldest literary award, the James Tait Black prize, worth £10,000 apiece in two categories: fiction and biography.

Book coverage in magazines and newspapers continues its downward trend, with Glamour UK being the latest victim of cuts.

Just in time for awkward conversations around the Christmas lunch table, Nick Clegg is to publish How To Stop Brexit .

The whole Fanny Hill banning thing, which we mentioned yesterday, turns out to have been a bit of a made-up storm in a teacup.

The Guardian Books podcast explores love in later life with Bill Hayes and Sylvia Brownrigg.