As a response to a threat of book banning, Margaret Atwood is now auctioning an “unburnable” copy of her dystopian novel, The Handmaid’s Tale. With the alarmingly increasing cases of banning and burning of books, novelist Margaret Atwood made a very fiery solution to the threat, as she tries to set on fire an “unburnable” […]
In 2022, Margaret Atwood will release her latest work, “Burning Questions,” a collection of essays tackling the most pertinent issues.
This museum allows visitors to delve into the history of literary censorship with around 100 books that were once or are still banned in some countries.
Authors from North America are championing transgender rights together after JK Rowling has made divisive comments on trans people and gender.
Ocean Vuong is the latest contributor to the Future Library project, which sees contemporary authors pen literary works that will remain unread until 2114.
Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood has announced that she will release her new collection of poetry, “Dearly”, on Nov. 10.
Canadian author Margaret Atwood took to Twitter to recommend several books that she deemed essential in these times of crisis.
Booker Prize will pit literary giants Margaret Atwood and Salman Rushdie against four emerging stars when it unveils the winner on its 50th anniversary.
MasterClass has built up a roster of 65 sessions from leading figures such as Martin Scorsese, Helen Mirren, Margaret Atwood and Annie Leibovitz.