A well-timed thriller for spooky season, Yrsa Sigurdardottir’s The Prey is full of suspense and the supernatural.
Whether it's paperback, hardback or audio, we’ve got it covered when it comes to all the best new writers, authors and book releases.
Mab Jones has come up with the goods again this October, ‘the goods’ being a close crop of new poetry anthologies, compendiums and pamphlets.
First published 20 years ago, Charlotte Williams' Sugar And Slate - a wonderful memoir-cum polemic - has been republished as part of Penguin's Black British Writers series.
Palace Of Shadows is as authentically detailed as Dickens, sophisticatedly horrific as Poe, and is more than enough to give readers the chills on dark autumn nights.
Explore the tumultuous world of 1980s Moscow in Between Dog And Wolf - an authentic portrayal of lives on the edge of collapse.
Embark on a magical journey with Pig Boy as Michael Harvey's debut novel brings Welsh mythology to life.
Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore's first memoir doesn't contain juicy revelations but his passion for music bleeds through every page.
Be transported by Omar Sabbagh's Y Knots, an engaging, intelligent, imaginative, and very finely written book.
Return to the fast-paced world of John Grisham's The Firm with The Exchange, filled with with twists and turns in London, New York, and Marrakech.
Authentic, lived experience runs through journalist Vincent Bevins’ latest work, If We Burn, examining why mass protest recently hasn't achieved its aims.
Alongside 12 other Welsh publishers and creative organisations, Buzz is spending this week at the world's biggest trade event for print and digital publishers.
As Sly Stone has been out of the public eye since the 90s, his new memoir - Thank You - comes as a welcome surprise, and worth the wait.
Alan Partridge's third memoir, Big Beacon sees the embattled broadcaster trying to make a lighthouse home, culminating in a punchline you may guess...
Welsh author Claire Fayers explains why she made Swansea the connection point for an entire literary multiverse.
Delve into the enigmatic world of 1920s Cahokia in Francis Spufford's gripping novel, and uncover murder, mystery, and the essence of the jazz era.
Embark on a journey through mysterious landscapes in Weird Walk and discover ancient myths, mystical sites, and the intersection of the past and present.
Explore the cinematic brilliance of Powell & Pressburger and their impact on cinema and this BFI retrospective.
David Lynch: A Retrospective creates a great spreadsheet about the creator's artistic life and career, immersing readers in his mind and offers a glimpse into the evolution of that surrealistic brilliance.
Delyth Badder and Mark Norman offer fascinating insights into Welsh encounters with spirits in their latest book, The Folklore Of Wales: Ghosts.
Join Anne Berest on a quest to uncover her family's history in The Postcard - a poignant narrative of hope and heritage amidst the Holocaust.
As a journalist reporting from conflict zones, Clive Myrie's Everything Is Everything is a memoir of love, hope, and resilience.
Dive into the heart of Welsh mythology with Miranda Aldhouse-Green's Enchanted Wales and uncover ancient tales and their cultural significance.
Joan Collins' unfiltered memoir Behind The Shoulder Pads delves into juicy celebrity anecdotes, Hollywood insights and candid secrets of the entertainment world.
Discover the fascinating world of Roman emperors with Mary Beard's latest book, exploring their daily lives, myths, and power dynamics.