Laird Hunt in conversation with Emma Donoghue about writing fiction that highlights women marginalised by history; Helen Dunmore on mothers and daughters and a video interview with George Saunders about his highly acclaimed novel, Lincoln in the Bardo. See all our interviews here.
'Far Away by the Something-or-Other: How a Kid from New Jersey Learned to Love Victorian Novels', by Jason Rekulak; 'Fanfare for the Common Man (and Woman)' by Nicholas Searle; and Lindsey Davis on the role of women in ancient Rome and in fiction set there. See more blogs here.
Read an extract from 'Flirty Dancing' author Jenny McLachlan’s new book, Stargazing for Beginners. Discover the Bright Green Bookshelf with English PEN at Foyles, Charing Cross Road; and bestselling author Alexander McCall Smith reveals some of his favourite books. See more features here.
How the tv series 13 Reasons Why and Prince Harry's revelations about his own mental health have both sparked important debates about teen wellbeing.
As her new book, The Wanderers, is published, exclusively for Foyles, Meg Howrey discusses why all writers of contemporary fiction are going to have to deal with science, and the interesting things that happen between and beyond the categories.
As her new V I Warshawski novel, Fallout, is published, Sara Paretsky recalls her childhood in Lawrence, Kansas and how the town has provided the inspiration and setting for several of her novels, including Fallout.