The Guardian reports on the bookshop which only sells books with characters from the BAME community.
Are you a Jane Austen expert? Book Riot has a quiz for you to test yourself.
The Radio Times rounds up 15 books to read before they’re adapted for the screen next year.
In the Financial Times, Alice Fishburn reports on what she learned when she spent a year reading only books written by women.
The Guardian rounds up the best recent science fiction and fantasy.
There’s a new bookish podcast from The Bookseller about to be launched.
Bookouture has launched Owned Voices – a creative writing workshop focused specifically on nurturing writing talent from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds.
Vintage has partnered with budget airline WOW air to launch a campaign centered around the Icelandic tradition of sharing books over the festive season.
Deborah Levy spoke to The Guardian about the books that made her.
Roald Dahl’s war medals have been delivered to his family… 73 years late.
Matt Haig, author of Reasons to Stay Alive, talks to the Guardian about finding solace in children’s fiction, his Twitter addiction and why his breakdown made him happier.
Richard E Grant’s movie diaries, a realistic and joyful romcom and a tale of three friends – two of whom are suspected of murdering the other — are among the books that writers at The Pool are reading this week.