According to a report in The Independent, the rare copy was found by the owner in a skip. The person concerned, a teacher in a school at Buckinghamshire, had kept the book in her loft.
Two poets on the strange new rhythms of a world thrown out of gear.
Eyes firmly on the future, two writers speak of returning to life once the pandemic is behind us.
‘Inclusivity and tolerance produce better outcomes in practice’
It will be out in June 2021. Speaking on the experience, Patterson stressed that working with the former president in 2018 was “a highlight of my career” and he is considerably “thrilled to have the chance to write with him again”.
The judges are author and professor, Edmund Gordon, novelist Nikita Lalwani and writer Eley Williams. The winner will be announced on June 25, 2020.
In case you are wondering what was he thinking, Gaiman has an answer for you. "I wasn't, not clearly. I just wanted to go home."
The first three books in the Hunger Games series — The Hunger Games, Catching Fire and Mockingjay — have sold more than 100 million copies.
Earlier this month, a collection of his short stories, Miracle At Happy Bazaar, My Very Best Stories for Children was released as an Ebook by Aleph Book Company. Here is an extract from The Woman on Platform No 8.
Confronted with an unprecedented crisis, publishing houses are compelled to not just view the potential of digital format but also explore it in a way they had not before.
The first Black gay poet to win Pulitzer on being a poet in the time of the pandemic and making room for tenderness, alongside violence, while writing about race, sexuality and faith.
As the COVID-19 pandemic makes work-from-home the new normal, a look at the workspaces of people who have always functioned in isolation -- writers. For Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar, his workstation is where the writer and the doctor meet.
Rooney's Normal People, published in 2018, is set in Dublin and follows the lives of the principal characters as they constantly overlap.
As the COVID-19 pandemic makes work-from-home the new normal, a look at the work spaces of people who have always functioned in isolation -- writers. This week Tanuj Solanki shares the incredible privilege of space in a world upended by a pandemic and why it is 'No Writing, No Complaints' for him.
The 1982 book The Virus by Stanley Johnson, UK prime minister Boris Johnson's father, is centered on a lethal virus.
Murakami, a perennial favourite for the Nobel Prize in Literature, is a notorious recluse but has hosted his Murakami Radio show every couple months.
Lockdown Reading is a series where authors will enlist the books they are reading (or not) during this time. This week, Saikat Majumdar does the same.
Author and journalist Ziya Us Salam's latest book, Nikah Halala, Sleeping with a Stranger, elaborates, with real examples, how the concept of nikah halala is being abused.
Over the weekend, after news of their separation, screenshots from Gaiman's Goodreads account started floating on social media and the reason was a particular book that featured on his reading list.
Lockdown verse, as the name suggests, is a series consisting of poems introspecting, examining and reflecting on the times we are living in.