Talking to Kids About Climate Change with Oisín McGann Following the publication of his wonderful new book A Short, Hopeful Guide to Climate Change, our… Read More »Talking to Kids About Climate Change with Oisín McGann
Summer is here! (sort of). Life is slowly beginning to resume some sort of normality, and publishing in recent weeks and the weeks to come is the strongest it has been for years. Do yourself and your soul a favour; pick a book from our list of brilliant summer reads, get yourself to the park, back garden, balcony or nearest bench, and soak up some rays and stories.
Announcing the 2021 Women’s Prize Shortlist The 2021 Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist is here. This prize was originally set up in 1996 as the… Read More »Announcing the 2021 Women’s Prize Shortlist
An incredibly accomplished debut that says more with less, and has Dublin stitched into it’s very fabric. Oh yes they do. And I can confirm… Read More »Review – Boys Don’t Cry by Fiona Scarlett
Duncan’s first collection of short stories, (Lilliput Press, 2021) will likely leave any reader feeling as I did; like you’ve just watched a highly entertaining… Read More »Review – Midfield Dynamo by Adrian Duncan
Ishiguro’s first novel since winning the Nobel Prize for Literature is moving, filled with dystopian tension and beautifully crafted. For readers and publishers both, the… Read More »Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro review
We may be in for a longer lockdown than we’d anticipated, but at least there are some amazing titles out this month…
Ware can’t wait to spend summer “off in his own world”—dreaming of knights in the Middle Ages, while staying with his grand….
Non-fiction publishing has been particularly strong this year, and now that lockdown has eased and we can once more descend in droves into our well-deserving local bookshops, here is LitVox’s pick of the best of 2020.