We talked to Eowyn Ivey about taking on different voices and eras for her new novel, The Bright Edge of the World; to Mark de Jager about the influence of computer games on his debut, Infernal, heroes and anti-heroes and living in a household of writers and Sara Taylor about writing an a-gender character for The Lauras. See all our interviews here.
Read an exclusive extract from How Not to Disappear and see Clare Furniss's recommendations for YA reading. Helen Callaghan talks about Letters Written in Desperation, plus read an extract from her new novel Dear Amy. Read ‘All Books have Genders’ extracted from Neil Gaiman's new essay collection, The View from the Cheap Seats.
Teenager Niamh Clarke-Willis Reviews the eagerly awaited Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; The Trouble With Henry and Zoe author Andy Jones talks about how he came to write romantic fiction and Midge Raymond writes about Antarctica as a literary character in her new novel, My Last Continent. See more features here.
Ben Macintyre Introduces His New Book, SAS: Rogue Heroes, plus read the Prologue.
Andi celebrates Birmingham Grand Central's First Birthday with her bestselling and rather stinky picture books!
Herbarium author Caz Hildebrand reveals her top ten all-time favourite herbs