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His novel The Secret Scripture has its prize, in the form of the £25,000 Costa book of the year award — but only by the very skin of its teeth.
John Updike, the prolific writer who was an enduring presence in post-war literature and a chronicler of the loves and losses of small-town America, has died of lung cancer aged 76.
As newspapers and magazines lay off professional critics and young twentysomethings anoint themselves experts, the review has fallen on hard times.
Oxford University today launches the search for its next professor of poetry, as current incumbent Christopher Ricks - the literary critic known for his writings on the poetry of Bob Dylan - comes to the end of his five-year tenure in May.
Elizabeth Alexander yesterday took the sort of platform most authors - let alone poets - can only dream of. Standing in front of a worldwide audience stretching into the billions, she read aloud the poem she had composed for Barack Obama's inauguration as president.
Leading writers including Margaret Atwood, Wole Soyinka, Salman Rushdie and Ian McEwan have called for the release of a well-known Chinese dissident.
The English version of a book by a French playwright about a 1.5mm-high fugitive has beaten bestselling Swedish author Henning Mankell to win an award for children's literature in translation.
Readers looking at the transcript might be asking if it's a poem at all. With its long prosy lines, this praise song is closer to a speech than a song.
His posthumously published book 2666 has been hailed as 'the finest novel of the present century' and yet, until recently, the English-speaking world knew little of Roberto Bolaño. The colourful life and early death of the hard-living, rebellious Chilean writer are the stuff of literary legend, but does the work live up to the hype? Absolutely, writes Christopher Tayler.
He smashed the china, soiled the sheets, sunbathed nude and was either drunk or stoned - Arthur Rimbaud was an impossible house guest, but he liberated the true poet in his lover Verlaine.
A national hunt has been launched for truck drivers who write poetry to participate in a new project that aims to portray their experiences spanning urban build-up to wide open spaces.
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