The makers of Pokemon Go are launching a Harry Potter take on the game.
The Telegraph is lavish in its praise of Paddington 2, claiming that a deliciously funny Hugh Grant makes the bear’s sequel impossible to resist.
Stylist has a sneak peek into White House photographer Pete Souza’s book, Obama — An Intimate Portrait: The Historic Presidency in Photographs
Legendary playwright Alan Bennett writes about his brush with the great poet T S Eliot.
The publishing industry is sadly not exempt from the seeming epidemic of sexual harrassment
Nosy Crow has created a children’s picture book based on this year’s John Lewis Christmas advert: Moz The Monster, which is published today (10th November) to coincide with the ad’s launch.
Staff at The Pool are reading Ruth Ware’s The Lying Game and Sue Townsend’s The Woman who Went to Bed for a Year, among other books.
Kid Normal by Greg James and Chris Smith has been chosen as 2018 Young City Read for children across Brighton & Hove.
The publishers of independent presses Valley Press and Emma Press are launching a new publishing podcast, “Friday Morning Meeting”, which will give insights into publishing and the life of young entrepreneurs.
The Guardian has a review of The Accident on the A35, Graeme Macrae Burnet’s latest book.
Francis Spufford, author of Golden Hill, discusses the books that made him.
Kate Young shares her recipe for apple charlotte, inspired by Marking Time by Elizabeth Jane Howard.
The international Man Booker winner Lydia Davis writes about the pleasurable challenges of translating Marcel Proust’s letters.
The latest Backlisted Podcast features a discussion of To Serve Them All My Days by R F Delderfield.