Waves Across the South: A New History of Revolution and Empire by Sujit Sivasundaram was praised for its ingenuity and meticulous research.
The Body Coach is signing copies of his new children's book aimed at getting kids moving at Heffers Bookshop next week.
'The routine groping by the photocopier soon stopped after you elbowed them in the nuts a couple of times,' she says.
The St Ives-based writer’s first novel is titled Wyoming Magic.
Campaigners give a cautious welcome to the plans.
Cambridge Punting, by primary school teacher Pip Barber, is a beautifully illustrated picture book about punting, and its history in the city.
An astonishing tale discovered in a Victorian newspaper cutting was the inspiration for a new novel by Anglia Ruskin University’s Dr Mick Finlay.
Until now, the life of Lise Meitner has been largely unknown but without her, history could have been very different.
Former Comberton Village College student Holly Masters is enjoying the chance to take part in something that has become a local tradition.
The diversity of children’s book creators need to reflect that of society, says ARU.
An adventurer and active member of the Buddhist community, Gerd died at 85 following a short illness.
Described as “an epic social satire, full of comedy, character and anarchic radicalism,” the book is by Cambridge-born writer David Annand.
They are calling for its future to be safeguarded.
Cambridge author Paige Toon is publishing her latest novel this week after a research trip to Yorkshire where she fall in love with the landscape.
Available now, Circle Walker was also written as a response to the Black Lives Matter movement.
New book ‘Cambridge Punting’ by Pip Barber is now on sale
Publisher go-ahead for local author’s trio of books set on royal Sandringham estate