Read an exclusive interview with Costa Novel winner Sebastian Barry. Exclusively for Foyles, we talk to Richard Russo about his new book, Everybody’s Fool, 25 years after the publication of Nobody’s Fool, and we talked to Jessie Burton, about her new novel, The Muse, now out in paperback. See all our interviews here.
Read an extract from Man Booker Winner and Foyles Book of the Year, The Sellout. Plus, Daniel Pembrey considers Amsterdam’s seedy side; we look at why Difficult Women is both a challenging and rewarding read and Ian Sansom remembers his days working at Foyles in his essay from Browse: The World in Bookshops. See more blogs here.
Our Web Editor anticipates what looks set to be a stellar year for fiction and reviews the fiction highlights of 2016. Foyles’ Sofia Hericson looks back on a year spent reading only books by women of colour. As Silence is released we look at other Scorcese book to film adaptations. See more features here.
Exclusively for Foyles, American-born debut novelist Katherine Webber explains why London is for book lovers.
Samantha Ellis examines why Anne Bronte has faded from view and why the time is right for a reassessment of the author and her novels.
If translated fiction is your thing, Jay from our Birmingham branch has a few titles to feed your reading habit.