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06/11/2013 by Katie Allen
Icelandic author Audur Ava Ólafsdóttir on her new novel, Butterflies in November, and writing in a language no one understands
05/11/2013 by Ruth Dugdall
Probation officer-turned-author Ruth Dugdall on what makes real – and fictional – people murder
30/10/2013 by Darren Shan
Master of horror Darren Shan shares his top five scary reads for children
29/10/2013 by Sandra Greaves
Children's author Sandra Greaves shares her top five spooky reads for 9-12s
28/10/2013 by Ann Treneman
Ann Treneman tells the compelling stories behind 10 authors' graves – and reveals how to find them
28/10/2013 by Ann Treneman
Ann Treneman tells the compelling stories behind 10 authors' graves - and reveals how to find them
28/10/2013 by Alan Williams
The author of The Blackheath Seance Parlour reveals the elaborate hoaxes and uncanny happenings of Victorian England
24/10/2013 by Cora Carmack
Cora Carmack shares her favourite couples in literature, from Greek myths to dystopian fantasy
22/10/2013 by Rob Colls
Robert Colls, author of George Orwell: English Rebel, on the five things Orwell would have enjoyed about being alive today
21/10/2013 by Katie Allen
The octogenarian Indian author Srikumar Sen on Empire, boxing and his debut The Skinning Tree

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