Edward Carey writes about his transition from writing for adults to his latest book, Heap House, the first in an illustrated trilogy for young adults.
Kevin Duffy, author and founder of Bluemoose Books, makes the case for independent publishing.
Alan Mahar introduces The Sea in Birmingham - an anthology of short stories by members of the Tindal Street Fiction Group, and asks "so what is it with Birmingham and its image problem...?"
Rebecca Rouillard interviews David Gilman about his new historical fiction book, Master of War, set during the Hundred Years' War.
Rebecca Rouillard interviews novelist and non-fiction writer Caitlin Davies about her latest book, Family Likeness, published recently by Hutchinson.
Carmel Shortall visits The Word Factory in Soho for an evening celebrating New Irish Short Stories and finds out about their upcoming mentoring scheme for emerging short story writers.
Jean McNeil writes about her experiences in Kruger National Park, South Africa.