Tartan Noir is a very strange beast posted on 23 Aug 2016
With ten Logan McRae novels under his belt, Aberdonian crimewriter STUART MACBRIDE is firmly established as an international bestseller.
Why do writers love birding so much? posted on 19 Aug 2016
The Literary Hub has published this article
Animal Farm and the beast fable posted on 16 Aug 2016
Mercedes Aguirre explores how George Orwell rewrote the beast fable for the 20th century
Poetic insights into France’s beloved bad boy of Gallic letters posted on 16 Aug 2016
Poetic insights into France’s beloved bad boy of Gallic letters USC Dornsife faculty members collaborate on a new translation of poems by enfant terrible
Frankenstein: Freak events that gave birth to a masterpiece posted on 14 Aug 2016
Two hundred years ago, on the lush green shores of Lake Geneva, a teenager called Mary Shelley...
'The man from over the top of the hill': Simon Armitage on Ted Hughes posted on 14 Aug 2016
Ted Hughes believed that poetry had the power to heal and transform, to change perceptions and to alter states.
Black Protest Writing, From W.E.B. DuBois to Kendrick Lamar posted on 11 Aug 2016
This past Black History Month, watching the 2016 Grammy Awards provided me with a profound example of just how rich the tradition is ...
Interview with a Bookstore: Heffers in Cambridge, celebrating 140 years of bookselling posted on 09 Aug 2016
Run by staff that pride themselves on identifying and championing ‘Heffers books’, Heffers is the largest bookstore in the UK university town
Interview with a Bookstore: Brattle Book Shop, Boston's home for rare collectibles posted on 08 Aug 2016
Run by an owner whose first word was ‘book’, Brattle Bookstore has been attracting the wonderful and weird since 1825
An Entourage of One: On the Road With Stephen King posted on 05 Aug 2016
Earlier this summer, Stephen King undertook a hectic multi-city tour of America in support of his latest book, End of Watch.