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The Grand Opening Festival for the our flagship on Charing Cross Road features 65 events
Foyles Literary Tours: celebrate Shakespeare, Roald Dahl, Dylan Thomas & the Brontë country & visit the Jaipur Literary Festival
Joanna Stapley from the Once Upon a Bookcase blog explains the new phenomenon of New Adult fiction
Louisa Young, author of My Dear, I Wanted to Tell You and The Heroes' Welcome, shares her top 12 war novels
Justin Go, author of The Steady Running of the Hour, talks about taking risks to feel alive and the irrationality of love
Joel Dicker on why he found it hard to work out 'whodunnit' in his bestselling novel The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair
Robin Black, author of our tip for literary prizes Life Drawing, explains why she gave away the ploot in the first line
Akhil Sharma, one of Granta's Best Young American Novelists, on the autobiographical novel that took him 12 years to write
Peter Buwalda, whose debut novel won three Dutch literary awards, on the importance of character over plot
Melissa Malouf, author of The Secret History-esque More Than You Know, on turning short stories in a novel
Kathryn Simmonds, whose first novel features the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp, looks at the rights and responsibilities of the fiction writer when covering events in living memory.
Edward Carey, author the Iremonger trilogy for young adults, shares his memories of an earlier career working in Christina Foyle's eccentric bookshop.
Marie Phillips, an author who definitely knows where her towel is, reveals the effect of exposure to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy at a young age.