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Asa Avdic on freedom, Swedish literature and The Dying Game

"I do think there are some troubling signs, absolutely. And I do think we take muc...

'There are a million different ways to be black and they are all right'

Yaa Gyasi was born in Ghana and grew up in America. Here she discusses race, identity ...

Cathy Bramley answers her fans' questions

From bucket lists and best friends to career advice for budding authors, author Cathy B...

Zadie Smith: Adult friendships seem hopelessly diluted

Zadie Smith's Swing Time is about the divergent fortunes of two childhood friends w...

Kathy Lette on how autism inspired her latest novel

"Autistic people are the garlic in life’s salad" - Kathy Lette on how raising...

Roddy Doyle on Smile and writing to shock

In middle age, the hero of Roddy Doyle's Smile is forced to confront childhood memo...

Malala: Why our voices are our most powerful tools

Malala talks about her new children’s book Malala’s Magic Pencil, and the importance of...

Arundhati Roy on The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

We talk to Arundhati Roy about her new book, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, and how ...

Elizabeth Strout: I hope people will feel less alone

An interview with Anything is Possible author Elizabeth Strout

A Conversation with Donal Ryan

Donal Ryan discusses how his writing has changed over the course of his career

Adrian Edmondson talks time travel

In honour of Adrian Edmondson's new book Tilly and the Time Machine, we grilled the...

An interview with Paula Hawkins

Paula Hawkins disucsses writing the follow-up to The Girl on the Train, Into the Water ...

Sean Conway on rising to challenges

Author and adventurer Sean Conway offers advice on taking on challenges and achieving y...

Footnotes author Vybarr Cregan-Reid on the joys of running

Running is more than just a sport – it's a magical way to get offline and recover s...

David Enrich on one of the biggest banking scandals ever

David Enrich, the author of The Spider Network, talks about his account of one of the b...

Trisha Ashley: 'Love, in all its forms, is a great healer'

The author of The Little Tea Shop of Lost and Found discusses the inspiration her heroi...

Mohsin Hamid on Exit West and the politics of fiction

Mohsin Hamid's Exit West tells the story of a young couple forced to flee a civil w...

Annalena McAfee on Hame

The author discusses her debut novel Hame – a kaleidoscope of letters, journal entries,...

James Oswald on writing inspiration: 'The key is in recognising it'

The author of the gripping Inspector McClean series talks about what inspires him and h...

Édouard Louis on his explosive novel, The End of Eddy

A sensation in his native France, The End of Eddy is an unflinching portrayal of the Fr...

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