The winners of the inaugural Terry Pratchett Prize are announced.
By Richard Powers
A brilliant, fascinating, insightful and compelling book, emotionally deep and intellectually stimulating that asks big questions.
By Ian McDonald
Another 2011 ACCA nominee, The Dervish House is a fascinating and hugely enjoyable book by a writer of real vision.
By Lauren Beukes
Lauren Buekes walked away from the 2011 Arthur C Clarke Literary Award clutching the winning gong, but did she deserve it?
By Tim Powers
A terrific book; smart, clever, well-written and tremendously interesting but a real Clarke Award contender?
By Jeffrey Alan Schecter
Flat-out one of the best screenwriting books I've ever read. I actually carry it around with me.
Literature Wales have announced the 2011 Literary Tourism Programme with a Tolkien-themed walk in the Black Mountains.
The shortists for the 2011 David Gemmell Legend Award are out now.
By Tricia Sullivan
The first of the shortlisted nominees for the Arthur C Clarke Award and a disappointing book on many levels.
Another terrific adventure tale from an excellent story teller.