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From the finale that’s been 10 years in the making to the bright young writers causing a buzz, these are the eight books we are most excited about in 2019
Leïla Slimani, Marlon James and Max Porter lead the star writers appearing in the Southbank Centre Literature Festival 2019
Think a book is a dull gift? You just haven't found the right title yet. Here are this year's most giftable tomes, and the people who'll really appreciate them
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, The BFG and more – all our favourite Roald Dahl stories are coming to Netflix in a new project
Give your feng shui a dose of style with the fashion coffee table books we want to give and receive this Christmas
As the second volume of the Villanelle trilogy hits the bookstores, its author, Luke Jennings, talks to Culture Whisper about the books and their TV alter ego, Killing Eve
Travel for miles in someone else's shoes with our selection of the best new memoirs to inspire and enlighten
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Proceeds from Meghan Markle's book Together will be donated to the Hubb Community Kitchen and other Grenfell-related projects
Culture Whisper speaks to Charly Cox about her journey into poetry, writing as a form of therapy and the success of her first book
From The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair to Catch 22: these are best modern novels being made into TV series that you don't want to miss
Banish notions of preachy self-help books and find solace in a new wave of inspiring literature - because self-improvement and learning doesn't stop with school
Fill your suitcase with the more manageable and most readable highlights from the Man Booker longlist
Sun, sea, sand and something to read: these are the best children's books, summer 2018, that you need in your suitcase
Immerse yourself in the golden light and gorgeous landscapes of Ibiza, Myknonos and more with this series of covetable coffee table books from Maison Assouline
We’ve read our way through 2018’s new books to find those that definitely deserve some space in your suitcase (or kindle!) this summer
Culture Whisper meets the founder of Women Who, author of The Little Black Book and host of new podcast In Good Company
From Wolf Hall to Midnight’s Children, the Man Booker Prize winners include some of the best novels ever written. But which are the best of the best?
Read our exclusive interview with literary legend Philippa Gregory
As days get longer, so does our reading list. These are the new books to make a beeline for this spring
Looking for the perfect spot to relax, read and have a bite to eat? We've rounded up the best bookshops with cafes for every kind of bibliophile
'Books choose their readers, not the other way around. I believe that booksellers are the matchmakers' said Celia Aherne. Well, we've tracked down the matchmakers
Curl up as a family this Easter with one of these must-reads
Acquaint yourself with these female writers, and you'll make a friend for life in their books
The best literary events in London. The author of Fire and Fury, feminist icon Laura Bates and Julian Barnes are all speaking soon. We'll be hanging on every word
Fall in love with a new book this February. From the millennial’s Bridget Jones to a mouth-watering manifesto on food and appetite, here are the 10 best new books
Explore the world from up high with Scott Mead's ethereal portfolio of photographs taken from plane windows
January's drizzle, sobriety and hibernation call for a pile of new books to get lost in
Early bird booking opens for 2018 Hay Festival, featuring Margaret Atwood, Philip Pullman, Bridget Christie and more
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