Biology teacher Alexis Jenni, won the renowned Goncourt Prize for his first novel, L’art français de la guerre (The French Art of War) published by Gallimard.
Will freemium fiction be able to attract a large enough audience among Western readers, where cheap e-books are readily available?
The enormous popularity of freemium fiction attracts over 40% of Chinese internet users each month, writes Helen Sun of Publishing Technology.
Norwegian Kjersti Skomsvold’s novel – The Faster I Walk, The Smaller I Am – just might change the way you interact with people you’ve always ignored.
In an interview, Columbian novelist Marco Tulio Aguilera Garramuño said that Latin American authors deny their heritage.
The fantastic first line of a fantastic first novel: Stunned by love and some would say stupid from too much sex, I decided I had to drive down South to kill a man.
Yvvette Edwards’s Booker longlisted novel, A Cupboard Full of Coats, is an elegantly structured story of guilt and redemption, and one of the best of year.
A review of Buzz Aldrin, What Happened to You in All the Confusion?, an impressive debut novel filled with exuberance that’s rare and a joy to experience.
Never over-sentimental, Please Look After Mom succeeds as a sensitive and powerful examination of the selflessness of parental love.
Kamchatka, a novel by Marcelo Figueras, is an intriguing fictional first-person remembrance of childhood in Argentina during the Dirty War (1976-1983).