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Twelfth Night is published today in hardback by HENI publishing.
Mary McCartney’s photographic work focusses on discovering those rare moments of unguarded, emotionally charged intimacy that offers us a new insight to the subject.
Set during the twilight of apartheid and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed, Born a Crime: Stories from a South African childhood (published by John Murray Press on Thursday 17 November, 2016; hardback RRP £20) is the compelling, inspiring, and often comic, coming of age story of Trevor Noah, one of the comedy world's brightest new voices.
The Literary Consultancy (TLC), the world’s first and leading editorial service for writers, is celebrating its 20th anniversary with an all-day Literary symposium, What’s your story? examining the way that the publishing industry has changed over the last two decades.
Four of the UK and Ireland’s best young writers have been named on the shortlist for The Sunday Times / Peters Fraser + Dunlop Young Writer of the Year Award 2016 today.
The winners of the fifth annual Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards were announced at a ceremony held in London’s Ham Yard Hotel on Wednesday 2 November 2016.
Magda Szubanski is coming to the UK in support of her new autobiography Reckoning next week. She will be in conversation at Waterstones in Brighton, Cardiff and Liverpool, as well as Foyles in London.
The Tortoise in Asia by Tony Grey is published today, on Wednesday 19 October. The Tortoise in Asia is based on a legend popular in Gansu, the far western province of China. Some people there have Caucasian features, a curiosity that has given rise to a thriving tourist attraction based on the belief that they are descendants of Roman legionaries who travelled along the Silk Road.
We can announce that Marian Keyes has reached Number 1 in the paperback non-fiction chart this week for Making It Up As I Go Along, her third collection of essays.