The New Yorker loved Honor Levy's writing so much that they published one of her short stories when she was only 21. Now she’s one of the most intriguing talents in the literary world.
Sick of doomscrolling? Anna Cafolla selects the juiciest reads to dig into this month, from thrilling erotica and pop culture deep dives to explorations of New York's seedy underbelly – you name it, we’ve got it.
The renowned journalist and author’s new book, Losing It: Sex Education for the 21st Century, debunks the world’s most damaging sex myths and leaves readers feeling empowered.
The author of the Booker-winning Shuggie Bain on the challenging childhood that shaped Young Mungo, his new novel about teenage love, gang brutality and Glasgow’s bitter sectarian divide.
The Liverpudlian spoken-word performer, real name PJ Smith, released his debut collection Algorithm Party to critical acclaim. Now he’s taking his hilarious, observational stories about addiction and anxiety around the UK.
PinkPantheress, 21 and our cover star, meets Tracy Beaker author Jacqueline Wilson, 74 and a legend in children’s books. Yes, we can’t quite believe it either.