Sophie Boddington experiences 'An Evening with Sarah Waters', where she discusses her novel 'The Little Stranger', class alienation and women within her work.
Books explores the impact of Achebe's work on the Western Canon.
Aimee Dickinson experiences Rowan McCabe‘s one-of-a-kind ‘Door-to-Door‘ poetry, in an event ‘making art out of the seemingly mundane‘.
Books talks to Jacqueline Crooks about the "liminal space" she creates within, fusing fact and fiction and London-centric publishing.
The what-to-see guide for this year's Durham Book Festival.
Fiona Hodder discusses Philip Pullman‘s polarizing ‘The Northern Lights‘, the influence of his Welsh upbringing, and how the future looks bright for the upcoming BBC adaption.
Rhiannon Morris explores The Mabinogion, its influence on writers such as J. R. R. Tolkein and its relevance in our current political climate.