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Why Are Today’s Wildest Philosophers British?

Why Are Today’s Wildest Philosophers British?

Posted on 1st Nov, 2015 by Daniel Klein

Daniel Klein, author of our non-fiction Book of the Month, writes with humour and insight (as always) about three British philosophers that think outside the box.

Video: Michael Connelly

Video: Michael Connelly

Posted on 21st Oct, 2015 by Sally Campbell & Michael Connelly

An exclusive introduction to The Crossing, the new Harry Bosch novel, by the author himself

Exclusive: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas author, John Boyne, discuses his new book

In his new book, The Boy at The Top of The Mountain, John Boyne portrays the indoctrination of a child into Nazism. Here, he discusses what it is like writing war stories for children.

Where I Write by author Sara Baume

Where I Write by author Sara Baume

Posted on 14th Oct, 2015 by Sara Baume

Sara Baume, author of Spill Simmer Falter Wither, opens a portal, as it were, and shows us where she writes

Helen Bailey talks about Grief

Helen Bailey talks about Grief

Posted on 9th Oct, 2015 by Helen Bailey

The author of When Bad Things Happen in Good Bikinis: Life After Death And A Dog Called Boris, Helen Bailey, talks candidly about the loss of her husband

Author: 10 jobs rolled into one

Author: 10 jobs rolled into one

Posted on 8th Oct, 2015 by T.R. Richmond

While the literary world is abuzz with praise for his debut novel, What She Left, T.R. Richmond tells us just how many jobs a writer has to do