'Who They Was' is rooted in the "non-stop" violence the writer grew up around in South Kilburn, London.
A lazy attempt to wipe away racial bias with AI backfired spectacularly, as these things tend to go.
The case could set an alarming precedent for artists, according to freedom of speech experts.
We had a big lunch and a nice chat with the iconic Scottish author.
The series of books captured the imagination of young Singaporeans like me in the 90s and early 2000s.
Roxane Gay’s book club is back for its second installment, with the new novel by Jacqueline Woodson.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Nobel laureate died on Monday. Here is a primer of her work that most vividly brought to life the Black experience.
A new wave of books about women's bodies looks set to turn 'that time of the month' from a punchline to properly understood reality.
We read Scott Lloyd's novel, “The Undergraduate,” so you don't have to.
Andrea Lawlor's debut is a fascinating exploration of sex, queerness and gender, played out against a kaleidoscopic musical background.
Recently, Waterstones boss James Daunt said the chain "can't afford" to pay a living wage. What can it learn from the independent bookshops who say they already do?