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Reality is turned on its head in Cardiff "as if Roald Dahl is at the helm" to celebrate the author
Celebrating the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, the comic book world's version of the Oscars
Malorie Blackman presents how do I become a successful children’s author? She takes us through the key things all successful children’s writers must overcome.
What is behind the rise of the subscription library?
Nearly 350 libraries in Britain have shut their doors over the past six years, with many more facing the threat of closure. These spectacular images underline their worth.
Another 111 closures are planned this year as councils make savings. The cuts coincide with the rise of digital reading services such as Kindle where many older books are free.
Marina Lewycka, Paul Murray and John O'Farrell
Sharing a house with a teenager is like living on the slopes of a volcano, writes DAISY GOODWIN. One minute everything is calm, peaceful and mature, and then, Krakatoa!
Barry Hines, the Yorkshire author who wrote the novel on which Ken Loach
Anita Brookner, the Booker prize-winning British author and renowned art historian, has died at the age of 87, according to a notice in the Times.