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Adrian Duncan: Bogs, Bilbao and electrification

The former engineer (now a star Irish novelist Adrian Duncan) on his creative method, mathematics and the […]

Editor's note

Penned it like Beckham: Berlin’s new wave of football literature

Berlin isn’t only flying high in the Bundesliga – its football literature, too, is becoming top rate, […]

ilb 2022

Bernardine Evaristo at ILB 2022: “I grew up in a racist society”

British author Bernardine Evaristo was one of the big stars at this year's ILB. Here she reflects […]

Poetry

Jay Bernard: “I’m haunted by history but I also haunt it back”

Croydon-born poet Jay Bernard will be at Poetry Night this evening at the ILB. We spoke about […]

ILB 2022

Christoph Rieger: “A good book is a good book”

Christoph Rieger, who runs ILB’s International Children’s and Young Adult Literature section, on this year's festival highlights.

Books

What to read this month: July 2022

Expressionist prose works, a feminist tale of 16th century isolation and an apocalyptic garden gnome make our […]

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