Near the beginning of her new book, Tracey Thorn addresses a question she's often asked.
There are plenty of novels, award-winning and some less so, that feature much-loved 19th-century writers as characters.
Anne Enright offers no epigraph to her latest novel, The Green Road.
A circus boat, a flooded earth and two women with secrets: these are the key factors in Kirsty Logan's first novel, The Gracekeepers.
People of Armenian descent learned early.
Enlisting in the First World War I puts Canadian recruit Angus MacGrath in a quandary he could never have imagined.