17 November 2019
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) graduate Kristin Roskifte has won the Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize.
04 November 2019
The Cambridge tree artist is to hold a two-week exhibition of her work at the Saffron Walden Gallery.
13 October 2019
The threat from the 'infinite scroll' of social media is stopping us curling up with a good book
10 October 2019
John Harvey, who previously taught at Cambridge and is the author of five novels, is releasing his latest work, Pax, next week.
03 October 2019
The best sights of the coming year and advice on telescopes from experienced astronomers
27 September 2019
The legendary author of Tales of the City discusses choosing his family, moving to the UK and how a book swooned over by teens inspired his new novel
03 September 2019
The Queen of historical fiction whose bestseller “The Girl with a Pearl Earring” was made into a movie and now an opera, is back with her new novel.
29 August 2019
It started as a school project. But now Yasmin Kinsey’s beautiful and thoughtful work, A Melting Planet, is to be published.
07 August 2019
Discover which books will be gracing the sunloungers of the city's authors, politicians and booksellers
18 July 2019
Kelley Donner's picture book, the first in a series of books, is designed to help change how we view children with autism
08 July 2019
More than 300 children came to the launch of city wide treasure hunt to find an artefact hidden somewhere in Cambridge.
06 July 2019
Expect lots of excitement, intrigue and darkness in Penitence
03 July 2019
Ball! Ball! Ball!: A Picture Book to Inspire Sensory Awareness is about a young boy with autism named Tom
29 June 2019
Visitors to the three-day event basked in glorious weather and listened to talks from famous authors and historians
22 June 2019
Writer Beth Lynch reveals how a garden saved her sanity when faced with hostile neighbours in a new country
18 June 2019
The Holocaust and slavery could be wiped from the history records by new technology, fears journalist and author Jonathan Freedland
09 June 2019
The writer and broadcaster will be discussing his latest book, Auntie’s War: The BBC During the Second World War, on Friday, June 21
04 June 2019
Who knew there was actually a history of wonky things? The Histories of the Unexpected LIVE delves into the past to find truly weird subjects
30 May 2019
Towel Day has been held worldwide since the death of the Cambridge-born writer in 2001
22 May 2019
Cambridge Author Nicola Upson was inspired to find out more about a maid who witnessed the devastation caused by artist Stanley Spencer's passions