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Rosa Lyster reviews George Saunders’s debut novel Lincoln in the Bardo

Rosa Lyster reviews George Saunders’s debut novel Lincoln in the Bardo for Books LIVE.

The Public Medievalist uncovers the African presence in Medieval Europe

The Public Medievalist’s current series on Race, Racism and the Middle Ages, by Adam Simmons, is worth a read. were sub-Saharan African people present in medieval Europe? Despite their glaring absence from many histories, both popular and academic, t

Cover revealed for Unpresidented: A Comedy of Errors, Paige Nick’s new novel

Cover reveal: Have a new novel hitting shelves early next week to mark these crazy times we’re living in. Hard going making fiction stranger than truth right now. Unpresidented is a comedy set in the future, about an ex-president, named Jeremiah Geje

9 novels that changed the world, including Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart

To mark World Book Day, the World Economic Forum takes a look at some of the novels that have changed society, including Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe.

Good with puzzles? Win £10,000 by cracking the code in a new series of books

Self-published author D N Carter is offering £10,000 to any reader that can crack the hidden codes in his new historical fiction series Outremer.

Some of the most famoust typos in history

Bustle presents a list of the most embarrassing, significant, and famous typos in literature.