Thrice Booker-shortlisted Ali Smith discusses her new novel, Autumn, how what has been happening to us over the past half-year is ancient as well as brand new, following her nose and never losing hope. Lee Child describes his move from producing into writing and how the Jack Reacher series might end. See all our interviews here.
Read an extract from Man Booker Winner The Sellout. Plus, Ian Sansom remembers his days working at Foyles in his essay from Browse: The World in Bookshops. Stalin and the Scientists by Simon Ings tells the story of how the Soviet Union's scientists became both the glory and the laughing stock of the intellectual world. Read an extract here.
Michael Heseltine introduces Thenford, which documents the transformation of dilapidated woodland into a spectacular English garden. Foyles bookseller Matt Blackstock celebrates five of the best books by and about Angela Carter. Plus, how to make hygge a priority in your life, by Marie Tourell Soderberg. See more features here.
Matt from our web team shares his great graphic novel gifts, that will make someone's Christmas extra special.
Jay from our Birmingham branch fills us with Christmas cheer, and is on hand to help fill your Christmas stockings with gorgeous books.
If, like Andi, Labyrinth is one of your favourite films, you won't want to miss this gorgeous book.