From gripping crime fiction to beautiful poetry: Stylist has a list of 10 brilliant books to curl up with this September.

Red online has its own list, and there’s a lot of crossover. Refinery 29’s list is a little different.

DHH Literary Agency is holding an in-person pitch session for writers seeking representation in November. Applications must be in by 16th Ocotber.

Alex Clark explores our fascination for the vengeful women in fiction.

Staff at the Pool are reading How Not To Be a Boy by Robert Webb and Eva Ibbotson’s Journey to the River Sea, among other books.

The Guardian rounds up what the critics thought of Robert McCrum’s Every Third Thought; Maggie O’Farrell’s I Am, I Am, I Am; James Kelman’s That Was a Shiver, and Other Stories.

On Front Row,  one of the guests is English-Egyptian writer Omar Robert Hamilton, whose debut novel, The City Always Wins, is set during the Arab Spring of 2011.

And in today’s Harry Potter news…