The BBC recommends 10 books to read in November.
You can never have too many books, can you? Susan Reuben argues that as long as it’s still possible to walk around the the house, all is well. Her husband disagrees.
An appearance by Tom Hanks closed Southbank Centre’s biggest ever London Literature Festival at the Royal Festival Hall.
Manchester’s literary scene just keeps getting stronger.
A historical thriller, Half Of You by Faber Academy graduate Carolyn Kirby, has won the inaugural Bluepencilagency First Novel Award for previously unpublished and unrepresented writers.
The New Statesman’s Back Half has a Goldsmiths Prize Shortlist special. The prize rewards experimental novels, and shortlistees read from theirs and discuss their inspiration.
Robin and Josie from Book Shambles spoke to Kim Scott about his new book Taboo and his work to preserve an indigenous Australian language.