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Ruth Ware on The Man in the Queue

To celebrate the wonderful world of classic crime, author Ruth Ware discusses the lasti...

Lucy Mangan on Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups

Columnist Lucy Mangan muses on her tumultuous relationship with rhyming verse, from her...

Why we love Fifty Shades of Grey

Gitte and Jenny of Totally Booked blog share their love of E L James and Fifty Shades o...

Jess Harrison on Emilia Bazan

Jessica Harrison, Editor for Penguin Classics, tells us about one of her literary heroi...

Juliet Annan is a lazy feminist

Fig Tree Publishing Director Juliet Annan on women in publishing and lazy feminists.

Lucy Mangan on childhood favourites

Columnist Lucy Mangan muses on her childhood favourites, and how passing them down a ge...

Lucy Mangan on 150 years of Alice in Wonderland

Lucy Mangan reflects on the history of Alice in Wonderland and why we still love Lewis ...

From the archives: Cider With Rosie

We dip into the archives to share Harold Nicolson’s review of Laurie Lee's coming-o...

Why I fell for Frances & Bernard

Editor Parisa Ebrahimi writes a letter to you all about the charming fictional epistola...

Jen Campbell on John Burnside

Author and vlogger Jen Campbell writes about her discovery of John Burnside and his dis...

Resurrecting Schlump

On the rediscovery of Hans Herbert Grimm's WWI classic, Schlump, which was burned b...

How to spot a winner

Former Communications Director for the Labour Party, Alastair Campbell, unpicks the cha...

Lucy Mangan on poetry

Columnist Lucy Mangan muses on her tumultuous relationship with rhyming verse, from her...

Sheridan Smith on Alice in Wonderland

BAFTA award winning actress Sheridan Smith talks about providing the voice to our brand...

Guide to the Magna Carta

The Magna Carta turned 800 in June and most people know it as the document that played ...

Jordan Ellenberg on maths

Jordan Ellenberg, author of How Not to Be Wrong, on why practice makes perfect when it ...

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