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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.
The first 40 British writers and 25 literature organisations participating in this year’s International Literature Showcase (ILS) have been revealed today, including authors, Liz Berry, Alex Bellos, Vahni Capildeo, Tessa Hadley, Frances Hardinge, Nikesh Shukla, Sarah Howe, Sarah Perry, Max Porter and Malika Booker.
Belfast author Paul McVeigh has been awarded the Polari First Book Prize 2016 for The Good Son and Juliet Jacques named runner up for Trans, in an award ceremony held at London’s Southbank Centre as part of London Literature Festival.
Celebrating 21 years of Marian Keyes as an international best-selling literary superstar, Penguin is publishing her third collection of essays Making It Up As I Go Along: notes from a small woman in paperback, today.
National Poetry Day, the world’s greatest celebration of poetry, will see a mass outbreak of verse today, as railway stations, pubs, post offices, schoolchildren, scientists and police forces all rise to the challenge to ‘say it with a poem’.
Six exciting new Galaxy® Quick Reads titles have been announced by The Reading Agency for publication in February 2017, from a reimagining of Beauty and the Beast to a road trip in search of Poldark.
Leading names from the worlds of politics, fiction, science, poetry and history will gather this November (11-13) at the historic Dulwich College for the Dulwich Literary Festival. Early bird weekend tickets are on sale now, with all tickets on sale from 3 October onwards. The full programme for the festival offers a wide array of events for both adults and children.
Today, 29 September, 2016 Everywhere I Look by Helen Garner is released to the UK market by Text Publishing. This essay collection contains fifteen years-worth of extraordinary writing from one of Australia’s greatest authors.