Superficially, women who write fiction today seem to get equal billing with their male counterparts. Yet their work will never get the kind of avid coverage given to men.
Robinson’s trilogy set in small-town Christian America is more than great fiction – it is a political and ethical project.
The death of an author doesn’t necessarily mean the death of their characters. Hercule Poirot is the latest sleuth to come back for an encore.
The Cure, the new Penguin editions of Camus, and the details of presentation.
Kerouac’s 120-ft manuscript unraveled for new exhibition.
First Award open to entries from overseas won by Bulgarian-American writer.
Claire Lowdon objects to one novel on the Man Booker longlist, Ryan Gilbey talks female role models in Pixar's Brave and Jonathan Coe applauds Javier Marías’s attempts to reimagine the novel.
Why American writers are obsessed with apocalypse.