The edition of Lady Chatterley’s Lover used in the D H Lawrence obscenity trial is to be auctioned.

The Guardian rounds up the top 10 books about old Shanghai.

The Independent looks at the rise of sensory books.

The Ham and High has an interview with Julia Donaldson, best-selling author of The Gruffalo.

The Society of Authors (SoA) and the Irish Writers Union (IWU) have warned about the dangers of a no-deal Brexit.

Nick Poole, c.e.o. of library and information association CILIP, has condemned recent library cuts as “a wholesale assault on a vital civic institution“.

Against Creativity by Oli Mould argues that the language of creativity in government and business is all too often a cover for austerity and corporate intrusion into our daily lives.