Meet the latest magical characters entering the Harry Potter universe.
The final novel of Jay McInerney's trilogy defies none of the criticisms levelled at his writing – but its infectious sense of fun is undeniable.
The Canadian author discusses feminism, nude selfies and her new graphic novel, Angel Catbird.
The Hugo award-winning science fiction author discusses writing, race and diversity in publishing.
Eimear McBride's second novel deserves all the success of her first.
Allan Mallinson's new book is a clear-eyed, unique appraisal of the Great War.
Wray's new novel explores our esoteric obsession with time.
The friendship between Walter Benjamin and Bertolt Brecht was a "conspiratorial rapport".
Animals are our fellow travellers on this earth. It's time we heard what they have to say.
A new biography tracks down the elusive Kray confidant who became a friend of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
It is well known that Stendhal compared politics in a novel to a gunshot in the middle of a concert – this novel of modern British politcs is more like a mirror being shot at.
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