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An interview with Ellen Feldman

An interview with Ellen Feldman

Guggenheim Fellow Ellen Feldman has written five novels. Her 2009 book Scottsboro, which has been made into a Picador Classic, is inspired by the shocking true story of the Scottsboro boys. In 1931, nine black youths were accused of raping two white girls. An impassioned young journalist tries to save the boys from the electric chair. It's this intersection between individual lives and wider political events and ideals that makes Feldman's writing so powerful.

An interview with Alain de Botton

An interview with Alain de Botton

Alain de Botton's philosophy throws light on the big challenges of our lives. In Essays in Love, he charts each stage of a relationship with startling clarity and explores emotions often felt but rarely understood.

 We asked the author and founder of The School of Life about his obsessions, reading habits, and the advice he would give to his younger self.

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton to be adapted for TV

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton to be adapted for TV

After intense interest from film and TV companies internationally, Company Pictures in London have optioned the TV rights to Jessie Burton’s The Miniaturist. The deal was negotiated by Rich Green at ICM Partners on behalf of Juliet Mushens at the Agency Group, and Jeremy Miles for Company on behalf of MD John Yorke.

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