A Room of One’s Own: red’s literary editor Sarra Manning writes about the book that made her a writer.

Meanwhile, we remember Virginia Woolf’s wise words.

And this Burns night, argues Kaite Welsh, we should consider celebrating Virginia Woolf instead.

Elizabeth Strout’s My Name Is Lucy Barton is being adapted for the stage with American actress Laura Linney taking up the title role in her London stage.

If Stephen King wrote Harry Potter: one Book Rioter muses.

The Brit Lit Podcast’s latest episode features an interview with Maggie Harcourt, author of Unconventional.

Unscripted is now more than 20% funded and new rewards have been added for those who pre-order.

Is Belfast still the most noir place on Earth? A piece on Lit Hub investigates.

Independent poetry publisher Offord Road Books is opening its submissions window exclusively to writers from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds until March…

A new prize has launched to honour thrillers without violence against women.

Fifteen book businesses have signed this year’s Vision for Literacy Business Pledge, organised by the National Literacy Forum.

Lovereading’s new owners are set to unveil a new website in March.