The Guardian rounds up the 10 best false identities in fiction.

There’s a new Little Miss book in tribute of the new Doctor Who.

The Independent lists the books that “everybody starts and nobody finishes”.

With the publication of Normal People, Sally Rooney teaches us that millennials should be written about rather than mocked, says the Guardian.

Faber is launching a special publishing programme to mark its 90th anniversary in 2019 as a “publisher of distinctive literature”, featuring short stories, poetry and new branding.


The Booker Prize Foundation has launched an online celebration for the Man Booker Prize’s 50th anniversary, charting key moments in the prize’s history.

The shortlist is out for the McIlvanney Prize for Scottish Crime Book of the Year.

Author Kate Jegede has set up a new writing prize that aims to increase the visibility of women writers in the UK writing non-fiction works.