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Friday, February 22, 2019

Kazuo Ishiguro returns

His new novel is to be published this March.

An interview with Ursula K. Le Guin

Hailed in 2016 as “America’s greatest living science fiction writer” by The New York Times no less, and officially declared a “living legend” by...

A tribute to Stan Lee

Back when I was 11, I was a bit of a geek. I knew of Marvel Comics from one of my friends but nothing...

A Valentine’s Day reading list

14th February. For some of us, this is a day of love and for soppy collages with your partner plastered all over social media....

A Passage to India: an underrated classic

Forster's untimely novel on empire, friendship and tragic separation

A fine slice of Americanah

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie could not have chosen a more apt title for her third novel

A conversation with Anthony Horowitz

"I always say there’s only one difference between an unsuccessful writer and a successful writer, and it’s that the unsuccessful writer stops."

Better late than never: the 600th anniversary book

It has taken two years and £5,000, but St Andrews: Through Students’ Eyes has become a reality

The Cursed Child was the reader all along

Natasha Franks reviews the recently released script of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.

The cult of celebrity and young fiction

If you visit the children’s section in almost every bookshop now, you will be confronted by a rather surprising phenomenon. Leaping out again and...