Top 5: Tips on erotic writing

A two-day conference in Camden next month offers budding authors how to do a Fifty Shades

20 Feb 2017

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Is 2017 the year of the Sports Geek?

Tufnell Park-based writer and journalist Rob Minto thinks non-sports fans should be armed with a few statistics, just to cut through the noise

04 Jan 2017

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Review: NW by Zadie Smith

Last night’s 90 minute BBC2 adaptation has been acclaimed from all quarters. Here’s why you should read the novel

15 Nov 2016

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Laura Barnett: ‘Even the place names in north London seem exotic’

Author Laura Barnett on scoring a smash hit with her debut novel, partly set in Highgate and the surrounds

04 Nov 2016

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The rise and rise of Highgate Mums

When Dan Hall overheard snippets of conversations in N6 cafes, he didn’t expect there’d be a book and a TV series in it

01 Nov 2016

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Gillian Tindall has a new book out

The Fields Beneath author and Kentish Town’s queen of non-fiction on her new work The Tunnel Through Time

21 Oct 2016

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5 Mins With: Gary Mclaren, Owl Bookshop

Meet a familiar face who’s been behind the counter at Kentish Town Road’s bookshop for 30 years

19 Oct 2016

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ArchWay With Words: interviews with five authors

Suzi Quatro, Jake Arnott, Louise Doughty, Jonathan Harvey and Salena Godden spill the beans on what we can expect at this week’s N19 litfest

11 Oct 2016

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MUST DO: ArchWay With Words 2016

With over 40 events in just over a week, this annual literary festival is well worth a punt

10 Oct 2016

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When American literature came to Grove Terrace

Dr Katie McGettigan peers into Kentish Town’s Victorian literary past

02 Aug 2016

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