'These are unprecedented times,' the comic book writer said
Former first lady also going on tour with Oprah Winfrey
Martin Chilton reviews five of November's best books for our monthly book column
In her latest book column, Ceri Radford explores a slow-burn trend for anthologies that champion women's long marginalised stories, as well as a whole slew of jauntily feminist children's titles....
Three years after her memoir 'Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman', Lindy West is back with a new collection of essays titled 'The Witches Are Coming'. In it, West tackles a variety of topics from Do...
Part of the fun of reading is that you never know what's going to happen next
The Booker Prize-winning author of 'Girl, Woman, Other' talks to Concepción de León about activism in her work, writing about older women and why it's not quite right to say her latest book is ...
Story of how the teenager sparked a global movement is among the collected tales of inspirational children in Rise Up: Ordinary Kids with Extraordinary Stories
The third generation of one of Hollywood's most famous dynasties, Cameron Douglas suffered a drug addiction that landed him a lengthy prison sentence, writes Dave Itzkoff
Book was created after research revealed a third of UK parents couldn't explain Brexit to their children
Her descriptions of mental illness were vivid: 'Tomorrow I will curse the dawn, but there will be other, earlier nights, and the dawns will be no longer hell laid out in alarms and raw bells and ...
Harry Potter author said children 'are not tourist attractions'
The bestselling author talks to Olivia Petter about sexual identity, obsessive desire and his long-awaited sequel to the story of Elio and Oliver, 12 years after his debut
André Aciman said he is 'exceptionally pleased' he eventually chose to write the two leads as gay
News follows an interview in May where it was revealed that Wolf had misinterpreted a key legal term
In the first of our new monthly book column, Martin Chilton reviews five of October's best books
He was described in Punch as writing 'with the authority of a man who has his own vision of the world'