The American Lover by Rose Tremain review – loners, London and lust | Bo...
This collection of short stories about isolation and loneliness is powerful and wide-ranging, writes Gerard Woodward
'Am I being catfished?' An author confronts her number one online critic
When a bad review of her first novel appeared online, Kathleen Hale was warned not to respond. But she soon found herself wading in
Man Booker prize: Richard Flanagan wins with ‘timeless depiction of war’...
Australian novelist picks up award for story of prisoners and captors on Burma railway in The Narrow Road to the Deep North
10 Obsolete Beliefs that Can Block Self-Publishing Success
by Anne R. Allen New writers contact us every day, asking questions about everything from how to start their first short story (answer: butt
Deepak Chopra hoping to set meditation world record in Toronto
Spiritual health advocate and author Deepak Chopra has long touted the many personal benefits of meditation. Now, he's hoping to set a Guinn
Prince Charles 'furious' over memoir by former Buckingham Palace press s...
In “On Duty With The Queen,” Dickie Arbiter is expected to dish secrets about the prince’s ugly divorce from Princess Diana and his affair w
More Canadians Should Act Like the Shirtless Jogger
When the shirtless jogger encountered Rob Ford at the Canada Day parade he took the opportunity to do something the media had been forbidden
Dubliners 100: 15 New Stories Inspired by the Original – review | Books ...
Irish writers including Mary Morrissy and Eimear McBride respond to Joyce's short-story collection with engaging results
Maggie Gee interview: 'Writing novels is a ghastly profession'
The novelist on bringing Virginia Woolf back to life – and why Hanif Kureishi is wrong about creative writing courses
JD Salinger and me: Joanna Rakoff on her coming-of-age memoir of New Yor...
The story of her year working for The Catcher in the Rye author's agent is one of the most highly anticipated books of the year – but Rakoff
Self-publishing is not revolutionary - it's reactionary
Trumpeted as a democratic broadening of the publishing field, 'authorpreneurialism' actually narrows the world of reading and writing
Maya Angelou, poet, author and activist, dead at 86
U.S. author and poet Maya Angelou has died at age 86 in North Carolina, local media reported on Wednesday, citing her agent and a local offi
Exclusive Interview With Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Franz Wright
During the last few weeks, as his new book Kindertotenwald was released, Franz and I exchanged a series of emails about the book, the result