When he was diagnosed with a chronic illness as a teenager, Chris Moore’s whole perception of self was changed –
‘Something my son can be proud of’: Grief-stricken, Oldham single dad pens sci-fi kids’ book after cancer scare
A single father from Oldham has battled back from a cancer scare to pen his very first children’s novel which is due for release this summer.
Manchester has has produced some world renowned authors, who leave behind them a great literary legacy with classics such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Secret Garden and Confessions of an Opium Eater
Best-selling author, ingenious world creator and solid example of how to be a decent human being, Terry Pratchett, died on Thursday at the age of 66 ‘with his cat sleeping on his bed’.
War Horse at The Lowry is a powerful display of art in action backed by the heart-warming and evocative narrative of the novel by Michael Morpurgo, who made a special appearance on stage
Bemused commuters share Manchester Piccadilly Station with caged man to promote novel for World Book Day
Attention-grabbing display of man in cage at Manchester Piccadilly was to promote the new supernatural thriller Half Bad and to mark World Book Day in the UK.
What Maisie Knew is now showing at Manchester’s Cornerhouse
Author talks about the stage play of her best-selling novel.
‘Manchester is the blood of my novels’: Tom Benn’s Chamber Music explores dark and gritty ‘90s underworld
Chamber Music is stockport-born writer Tom Benn’s second novel.
Fifty years of droogs, lashings of ultra-violence and A Clockwork Orange @ John Rylands Library exhibition
The exhibition even delves into the infamous copycat killings.
Alison Moore is one of six on the shortlist.