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Best-selling manga is making a killing in various media, from comics to TV to the movies.
Rick Remender’s Deadly Class shows that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.
Ian Caldwell’s thriller about ancient mysteries of Christianity will be compared with The Da Vinci Code — but it’s much better than that bestseller.
British travel writer Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent talks about why she travelled on one of the world’s most dangerous trails. Alone. On a small Honda Cub.
The author of ‘Spirits Abroad’ talks about her work, her inspirations and her ‘Malaysianness’.
There were controversial book launches, thoughtful forums, quirky art, and award-winning films at this annual meeting of book lovers and culture vultures. Though some food would’ve sealed the deal.
Orphan Black among many TV series to make successful jump from screen to page.
Jar food, a Coca-Cola cheesecake, and Easter eggs are among the many gems featured in next month’s issue of the country’s pemiere food and lifestyle magazine.
The very English writer returns with a very English tale in The Buried Giant.
Our columnist replies to a reader who had a bad editing experience and explains why editors are necessary.
A brief bio on the author and a round-up of his books.
Check out lit event Readings@Seksan in KL tomorrow to hear excerpts from an unusual short story collection themed around food.
The Indian-American writer's tale of an Indian migrant family in the US is described by Folio Prize judges as a “masterful novel”.
Comic books writer / graphic novelist David Hine does an exclusive sketch for Star2's SHARMILLA GANESAN at the Singapore Writers Festival 2014.
Yes, Prime Minister: Lee Kuan Yew’s books sums up Singapore’s history
GST shaking up Malaysian book industry
Man Booker International prize 2015 shortlist announced
Vision of love: Meet the newest member of ‘The Avengers’
Kazuo Ishiguro on his latest novel
Kate DiCamillo, rock star of children’s stories
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