Love sucks (yes, yes it does): Refinery 29 UK has quotes about romance from the world’s greatest cynics.
In this week’s Guardian book clinic, Phil Earle answers the question: what modern classics would you recommend for preteens?
Philip Pullman has called for authors to get a fairer share of publisher profits.
From blank pages to 13,000 word sentences: the Guardian has a brief history of British avant garde writing.
Libraries body CILIP has branded Northamptonshire County Council’s plan to cut 21 libraries as “careless and unreasonable” in a formal letter of complaint to culture secretary Matt Hancock.
Schools across Suffolk are being encouraged to join a campaign to infuse youngsters with a love of the natural world through a new book aiming to bring wildness into children’s everyday lives.
The Crime Writers’ Association will award the CWA Diamond Dagger, given annually for “sustained excellence”, to US author Michael Connelly.