After all, women are winning other literary prizes just fine.
She wrote about all of us, and she lived as she wrote. This is a memoir you won’t forget.
When a diet guru takes on animal rights, it’s a bit thin on logic.
A new novel goes in search of the real Zelda Fitzgerald.
The world has changed in the 50 years since Betty Friedan’s groundbreaking clarion call to women. But the feeling burns on.
'Bring Up The Bodies' may have won Hilary Mantel a heap of prizes, but it’s not her best.
The iconic author turns 78. And she’s as tough as ever.
With her first novel, White Teeth, the 23-year-old prodigy became a literary sensation. With her latest, NW, she reminds us what the fuss was all about.
As we approach the end to this interminable election, let’s also bid farewell to that other political ritual – the politician’s book.