Read a range of exclusive interviews, from Sara Taylor on her Baileys-longlisted debut, The Shore to Miranda July on The First Bad Man and Jonathan Kemp on his new novel, Ghosting.
Read an extract from Kate Mosse's The Taxidermist's Daughter, plus a selection of Kate's favourite gothic novels.
In 'How to Make Exploding Spiders', Malcolm Pryce talks about the research he did into Boy’s Own readers’ letters for the writing of his new book, The Case of the 'Hail Mary' Celeste.
Let your imagination soar with novels, short stories and poetry for every taste in our Fiction books category. You may be interested in refining this rather massive list by classic or contemporary, crime and thrillers, science fiction and fantasy, romance and historical categories. As well as all the bestsellers, classic titles and prize winners you'd expect, there are many little-known and cult writers published by small independent presses and a global range of fiction in translation, that our staff recommend. Fiction remains one of the most popular subjects to listen to on audiobook and read on your eReader, PC or phone as an eBook. To refine your selection further just use the browse option on the left.
Frances Macmillan, Senior Editor at Vintage Classics, looks at how John Williams' Stoner, published 50 years ago, was rescued from obscurity and eventually became acknowledged as a 20th-century classic.
Elizabeth Fremantle, whose novel Queen's Gambit is on of the 20 being given away all over Britain today by volunteers for World Book Night, reveals how she first got involved as a volunteer.
Tim Clare - whose novel The Honours sees a teenge girl convinced her parents are under the malign influence of a secret society - looks at how conspiracy theories spread long before mass media and the world wide web.