From student memoirs to murder mysteries, Cambridge has proved to be a rich source of inspiration for generations of writers
French taunter, silly walker and irritable hotelier, the legendary John Cleese pays a visit to our city this month as part of his latest one-man show, currently on tour.
Vanessa Blackledge speaks to author Jill Dawson about an almost-forgotten Fenland tale
Jenny Shelton meets Natasha Pulley, the Cambridgeshire author whose debut novel is an intricate fusion of Victorian industry, fantasy and adventure
The actor and celebrated personality will talk about his incredible life, as recorded in his new autobiography, Absolute Pandemonium
The Cambridge Literary Festival is back for its spring event. Read more
Our city's vibrant celebration of the written word returns with an eclectic programme
Nicola Foley takes a look at the highlights of the vibrant celebration of words and wordsmiths
What to do in Cambridge this month
Heffers bookshop is hosting a variety of talks and signings this month, find out more here
Eight authors and plenty of mystery combine at Heffers' crime fiction night
Jacqueline Wilson tells Jennifer Shelton about her first story, funny fan mail and not being married to Roald Dahl...
The author of the Sidney Chambers novels speaks about his new book, The Forgiveness of Sins.
BBC's foreign correspondent reveals life behind the frontline
See what's coming up at Cambridge Junction this autumn
Fans of JK Rowling and Neil Gaiman may be interested to hear about a new book which launched in Cambridge in February.
Distinguished Cambridgeshire author, archaeologist and Time Team presenter Francis Pryor will be appearing at Ely Library this month to launch his new book, The Way, The Truth and The Death.
Jenny Shelton speaks to authors Laura Robson Brown and Katherine Mann about their magical Christmas feline adventures
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