Independent bookshops in south west London are having to innovate to unite their readers and community to celebrate Indie Bookshop
Enid Blyton’s legacy came under fire last week as the website linked to her blue plaque in Kingston was updated
The Barnes Children’s Literature Festival has announced it’s 2021 event will take place in real life, over the weekend of June 26th.
Gothic tales of death and the supernatural are just as popular as when the first novel hit the shelves, asserted
You won’t find Harry Potter, The Famous Five or Charlie and The Chocolate Factory in this pop-up kids bookshop in
Putney author Ruby Lovell hopes her vibrant new picture book will celebrate diversity and encourage curiosity of other cultures. Her
It took until after her 70th birthday for Lotte Moore’s writing career to begin. This week, 11 years on, she
Wimbledon Bookfest is celebrating its busiest-ever year after more than 15,000 bookworms attended the ten-day literary festival. The event took
Bliss for Balham book-lovers: H is for Hawk author joins China Miéville for inaugural literary festival
Book-loving Balhamites have reason to celebrate as the borough will hold its first literary festival, with celebrated authors Helen Macdonald, Robert
A rare double blue plaque was unveiled on a house where two Nobel Prize winners lived in Chelsea last week.
‘You can’t have a comedy about rape?’ Lambeth Clear Lines Festival breaks the silence on sexual assault
A unique Lambeth festival will bring artists, activists, psychologists and stand-up comedians together to transmit a powerful message of support