How To Be A Heroine
March 8th marks International Women's Day. To celebrate we've teamed up with HUSH to give you the chance to win a copy of the bestselling How To Be A Heroine by Samantha Ellis, a years worth of books featuring strong heroines, plus a £150 Hush voucher to lounge around in! Enter here.
Mark Binelli was born and raised in Detroit. The Last Days of Detroit, his biography of the decaying (and now slowly reviving) metropolis, is captured here in a visual tour of his city.
Abir Mukherjee wins the Telegraph Harvill Secker Crime Writing competition.
A Rising Man opens in Calcutta in the dying days of the Raj. Find out more here.
Heard the one about London Bridge being shipped to the Arizona Desert in 1968? Travis Elborough, author of London Bridge in America discusses a very peculiar transatlantic crossing. Listen here.
Mummy never yells. Mostly not ever. Except sometimes.
Anna is five. Her little brother, Stick, is almost three. They are camping with their parents in Algonquin Park, in three thousand square miles of wilderness. It's the perfect family trip. But then Anna awakes in the night to the sound of something moving in the shadows. Her father is terrified. Her mother is screaming. Then, silence.
Claire Cameron, author of The Bear, talks about the inspiration behind this chilling tale. Click here to view.