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13/03/2014 by Leilah Nadir
Leilah Nadir on the books about Iraq which inspired her work.
12/03/2014 by Deborah McKinlay
Deborah McKinlay writes about the path to getting pubished.
06/03/2014 by William Thacker
William Thacker on the relationship between writers and politicians.
06/03/2014 by Caroline Bretherton and Elena Rosemond-Hoerr
Caroline Bretherton and Elena Rosemond-Hoerr's recipe for the perfect Boston Trifle
05/03/2014 by Felicity Wood
Sally Green talks about her debut YA book, Half Bad.
05/03/2014 by Johanna Mackin
The Bookseller's Cathy Rentzenbrink interviews Karen Joy Fowler on suspense, ethics and nostalgia in her critically acclaimed novel We Are All Completely...
23/09/2013 by Sathnam Sanghera
Sathnam Sanghera, author of Marriage Material, on the books he really loves – and one he really doesn't
19/09/2013 by Stacey Bartlett
Anya Von Bremzen tells us about seven decades of food and family
18/09/2013 by Christopher Yates
Author Christopher Yates tells us the story behind the story of Black Chalk, his Oxford University-set thriller about a game gone wrong
17/09/2013 by Holly Bourne
Soulmates author Holly Bourne's wry analysis of romantic clichés in teen fiction
17/09/2013 by Ella Berthoud
The 10 best novels for sci fi beginners, chosen by bibliotherapists Ella Berthoud and Susan Elderkin
17/09/2013 by Lucy Worsley
Historian Lucy Worsley, presenter of A Very British Murder, on Christie, Sayers, Allingham and Marsh
12/09/2013 by Higgidy Pies
Higgidy Pies' chicken pot pie recipe is a real winter warmer
11/09/2013 by Felicity Wood
As the film adaptation of her bestselling novel, How I Live Now is released, Meg Rosoff talks to WLTB
11/09/2013 by Felix Francis
The crime writer and son of Dick Francis shares his adventurous recommended reads
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