'I want reading my novels to feel like walking through a forest or swimming in the ocean, to offer a breath of fresh air and remind readers of the beauty that still remains in the world.'
The debut author of the YA novel soon to hit Netflix on discipline, working with Daniel Kaluuya, and the complications of writing about time travel.
The Penguin Literary Prize winner on inspiration, advice and what's next.
Meet the author-illustrator and autism advocate behind A Different Sort of Normal.
The bestselling author discusses tapping back into Jack's world, twisty-turny stories and her favourite crime dramas.
Meet Anna Zobel, author and illustrator of Little Gem.
A Glasshouse of Stars author on second-person narration, immigration and childhood fears.
The Great Circle author on inspiring travel, research and spending seven years on her latest novel.
Vintage Creative Director Suzanne Dean and artist Lena Peters on circles, Murakami and monkeys.
The Jam Queens author on the joy of writing foodie fiction.
House of Hollow author on ghost doors, googling corpses and advice to aspiring YA authors.
The Emotional Female author on writing, toxic workplaces and what's next.
The Welcome To Nowhere River author on the art of noticing, the importance of community and finding time to write.
The Tour author on royalty, research and writing historical fiction.
The Silent Listener author on the best and hardest things about finishing her debut novel.
The Funny Thing About Norman Foreman author on grief, happiness and her favourite comedy legend.
The Lioness author shares a message of love, determination and hope.
The international ballet star on dance, deafness and discipline.