Daniel Woods reviews Little Scratch, the debut novel by Rebecca Watson which navigates memory and trauma
Books Editor Shaheena discusses Arundhati Roy, an Indian author whose fiction shines a light on injustices in her home country
Sadé Omeje reviews Tessa Hadley’s latest novel ‘Late In The Day’ .
Robert Boddy reviews Frances Liardet’s We Must Be Brave, a decade-spanning story of an orphaned evacuee and the woman who takes her into her family
Get to know the novels in the running for this year’s prestigious fiction award and their authors
Hope Abbott looks at the upcoming novel by Man-Booker shortlisted author Patrick DeWitt
With March being Women’s History Month, Leonie Dunn looks at five of the top feminist works from manifestos to fiction
The ever-popular student erotica series returns with a new fresher, and new shocking stories. You’ll never ride a Magic Bus the same way again
Ruby Opalka reflects on Three Women by Lisa Taddeo and discusses sexuality, feminism and desire.
Olivier Assayas’ Paris-set comedy is a charming look at the world of professional writing, but struggles to fully escape cliché, writes Georgina Davidson
Gurnaik Johal talks with author and translator, Saskia Vogel, about ‘Permission’, her debut novel about LA’s BDSM community
Frank Radcliffe-Adams reviews ‘Hold’ a debut novel written by Michael Donkor, an Observer New Face for Fiction 2018, and published by 4th Estate
Conor McCarthy gives his advice for those looking to get back into book