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A Q&A with Wendy Mitchell

An exclusive interview with author Wendy Mitchell about her experiences of living with dementia.

Celebrating Women's Writing: The Feminist Pen

In the second of our articles celebrating 100 books by women writers, we explore some of the most influential and inspiring feminist writing.

Ross Welford's Rounds Up Famous Felines in Literature

Ross Welford, author of the epic new children's novel The 1,000-Year-Old Boy selects his favourite literary moggys.

Mostly Lit's Must Reads

We asked the team behind the popular Mostly Lit podcast to provide suggested reading for those looking to diversify their bookshelves.

Best Books to Look Out for in February 2018

We round-up some of the most exciting books being published this month.

Roses are red, violets are blue

Roses are red, violets a blue... some brilliant authors wrote poems for you

Churchill's Knight: Henry Hemming on M's Darkest Hour

Henry Hemming reveals a crucial clue to the mystery of 'M', Maxwell Knight, Britain's greatest spymaster.

Pádraig Kenny on Creating the World of Tin

The author of our Children's Book of the Month discusses the innovative, alternative mechanical world at the heart of his novel Tin.

Diane Atkinson's Recommended Revolutionary Reading

Continuing our celebration of the centenary of women's right to the vote, Diane Atkinson selects her choice of revolutionary reads.