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JQ Wingate Nominee: Diary of the Fall by Michel Laub

Our look at the nominees for the JQ Wingate Prize continues with Diary of the Fall by Michel Laub.

Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction Judges Q&A: Laura Bates

We continue our Q&As with the judges of theBaileys Women's Prize for Fiction with Laura Bates. Here she discusses the best book she's ever been given and the author that inspired her to read.

Win a poster signed by Stuart David and an exclusive tote bag

Stuart David, co-founder of Belle and Sebastian, recalls a mixtape given to him by fellow band member Stuart Murdoch when he was ill. Listen to the tracks and pre-order his new book for a chance to win one of 25 signed posters and tote bags.

Rob Biddulph's 'Blown Away' wins the 2015 Waterstones Children's Book Prize

We're fighting an unbelievable urge to make some sort of 'we were Blown Away' pun. We're strong. We can beat this.

Recipe: Wok-fried five-spiced duck breast with orange and pomegranate wild rice salad

With a revolutionary east-west approach to eating well, here's Ching-He Huang's recipe for a delicious five-spiced duck breast with orange and pomegranate wild rice salad.

Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction Judges Q&A: Helen Dunmore

The Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction Longlist has been announced but who are the ones making the important decisions? Every day this week we'll have a question and answer session with each of the Baileys Prize judges. Today it's the turn of Helen Dunmore.

Thwaites Wainwright Prize 2015 shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the Thwaites Wainwright Prize 2015 has been announced.

Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction Judges Q&A: Grace Dent

We continue our interviews with the Baileys Prize for Women's Fiction judges. Today Grace Dent discusses how reading for the prize has reduced her stress levels and the responsibility she feels towards female authors.

'I love them all equally, as all parents love their children'

Tommy Wallach on the characters from his debut novel We All Looked Up and his relationship to them.