Bregman's radical new proposition offers hope for Humankind

In this major book, internationally best-selling author Rutger Bregman shows how believing in human kindness and altruism can be a new way to think – ...

New Kazuo Ishiguro novel publishing in March 2021

'Klara and the Sun', the first novel by Kazuo Ishiguro since he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, will be published by Faber & Faber in the ...

Virtual launch: 'A Poor Season for Whales' by Michiel Heyns (June 17)

Join Heyns in conversation with Finuala Dowling via The Reading List's Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Virtual launch: 'Me and White Supremacy' by Layla Saad (June 18)

Saad will discuss her timely and necessary book with The Cheeky Natives via Instagram LIVE.

Of ants and dinosaurs, and an ecological warning

A satirical fable by the author of 'The Three-Body Problem'.

Charting our way forward AC (after coronavirus)

Can the economy continue to function as it has for the past century?

A lyrical and personal account of encounters with elephants

Learn how elephants live, travel, mate, raise children and relate to one another, and reflect on how they think and feel.

Fiction Friday | 'Call of the Raven' by Wilbur Smith & Corban Addison

‘I know in this House we are used to debating the fine points of law and politics. But this is not academic. The question of slavery speaks to a ...

A 'foreign native's' journey from enthusiastic Africanist to political realist

In 'Foreign Native: An African Journey' RW Johnson looks back with affection and humour on his life in Africa

Read the prologue of Robert Kolker's 'Hidden Valley Road'

For a family, schizophrenia is, primarily, a felt experience, as if the foundation of the family is permanently tilted in the direction of the sick ...