Now in its twentieth year, the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction was set up to celebrate excellence, originality and accessibility in writing by women throughout the world
With an insider’s knowledge, author Harvey Kubernik analyses Cohen’s outstanding achievements as a musician, songwriter, novelist and poet in this unique coffee-table book.
Taking place in the magnificent surroundings of Blenheim Palace and Woodstock, the Blenheim Palace Literary Festival will feature writers and public figures from the fields of music, history, food and drink, politics and literature.
For the first time in its 46 year history, the £50,000 prize has been opened up to writers of any nationality, writing originally in English and published in the UK.
From the horrors of rape as a weapon of war to the usefulness of a European union, Reah has succeeded in constructing a story that isn’t just a page-turner, but also an example of how fiction can carry a message of progress and peace.
Foyles launches two new Literary Tour packages, offering book-lovers the opportunity to get closer to the lives of their favourite writers
As 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of Bill Hick’s death, we catch up with his brother, Steve to reflect on Bill’s life, his unique brand of intellectual anarchy and why his legacy continues to grow.
From the crack-infested streets of LA to the back of his band’s tour bus, Simon’s brutally graphic descriptions of a man well over the edge are insightful, heart-breaking and humorous with all pretence spared.
John Hegley to read full version of new poem at a London Transport Museum event on 5 November
Carina, the new digital imprint of Harlequin UK, is working with the Festival of Romance 2013 to offer one talented and original writer the prize of a publishing contract