Zadie Smith doesn’t do social media. Earlier this week, she explained why.
In today’s Harry Potter news, a first edition copy has sold for a record £60,000.
Essex libraries have launched a checklist to help parents and children get the most out of their local library.
Following in the footsteps of Hachette and Penguin Random House, Faber & Faber has unveiled a raft of initiatives to address under-representation of minority groups in the company.
Indie publisher And Other Stories has launched a £5,000 book prize to find “the next great writer” in the North.
Victoria Hislop has received four Specsavers Bestseller awards, celebrating the most successful books in Britain based on actual sales.
The I Love Dick author Chris Kraus has written a biography of Kathy Acker. Grace Banks considers how Acker paved the way for women writing about their own experiences.
On Book Shambles, Poet Lemm Sissay joins Robin and Josie to talk about his first major acting role, his early inspirations and the rise of great young poets.
The TLS podcast discusses various aspects of fashion in literature.