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Edgar Allan Poe: the master of horror writing

<b>The Murders In The Rue Morgue by Edgar Allan Poe, considered to be the first modern detective story, was published in the USA on April 20, 1841. In this article, first published in January 2009, author Joanne Harris celebrates the psychological complexity of his Gothic tales.</b><p>I first became …

How Fanfiction Helped This Writer Go From Bullied Teen To The Next JK Rowling

His books are the biggest things since Harry Potter, and Dave Rudden is using his spotlight to talk about bullying and mental health issues facing kids today.<p><b>If you haven’t heard of Dave Rudden yet, don’t worry – you will.</b> The Irish writer’s debut book, <i>Knights of the Borrowed Dark</i>, hit …

5 exercises to improve your storytelling skills

<i>This article was previously published on PR Daily in April 2016.</i> <br>Football players practice ballet. Pianists repeat small sections of music until it's …

Mare in Puglia: le grotte marine di Vieste

Oltre a trascorrere la giornata in spiaggia, sul litorale del Gargano è possibile prendere parte ad escursioni in barca per scoprire le numerose …

Cosa vedere in Puglia: il Castello Aragonese di Taranto

Oltre il mare e la gastronomia, la Puglia propone ai visitatori tanti luoghi degni di visita lungo tutto il suo territorio. Fra i castelli, ad …

Puglia: cosa vedere, dove andare, come divertirsi

Fotogallery Puglia: cosa vedere, dove andare, come divertirsi<p>/ 11 Tutte le foto<p>fullscreen<p>...<p>Cosa vedere, dove andare, cosa mangiare: vademecum della …

Italy’s overlooked ‘heel’ has a wealth of food, wine and unique architecture

Pretty seaside views and idiosyncratic architecture are just two of the reasons the country’s southern region of Puglia is so underrated.<p>Pretty seaside views and idiosyncratic architecture are just two of the reasons the country’s southern region of Puglia is so underrated.<p>Like many opinionated …

Italy

Dubrovnik: Croatia's Magical City

<i>Photos by Goats on the Road</i><p>If you've ever watched a ”Game of Thrones” episode, you will have seen Croatia's ancient city, as many of the scenes from …

Travel guide to... Gourmet Italy

There’s no such thing as “Italian food”. In Italy, arguably more than anywhere else in the world, food is supremely site specific, which makes for a …

Best hotels in Phuket

Panwa Beach, Phuket, Thailand<p>9 Telegraph expert rating<p>Top features of this luxurious Thai hotel in the south-east of Phuket include the 55-metre infini...<p>Phuket, Thailand<p>9 Telegraph expert rating<p>Keemala is pure fantasy. A retreat draped on a pretty hillside above Kamala beach where …

Where to stay in New York: hotels by district

A neighbourhood guide to the hippest areas to stay in New York, as chosen by our resident expert, including the best hotels in the Upper East Side, Midtown, the Meatpacking District, the Lower East Side and Brooklyn.<p>Upper East Side<p>Venerable and historic, the Upper East Side is the Paris of New York …

6 Exotic, Eco-Friendly Hotels for Earth Day

On Earth Day tomorrow, take a moment and consider setting the intention to create a more sustainable lifestyle. Yes, that can mean a resolution to start composting or to bring your own bags to the grocery store, but it can also be about increasing your awareness. And one lesser thought about a way …

South Beach

The 50 best hotels in Italy for summer

It’s the sheer variety that strikes you first. Italy has as many hotels as it has destinations, from old-fashioned family-run pensioni in historic city centres to elegant lakeside resorts where you dine by candlelight at the water’s edge. There are mountain lodges with Michelin-starred restaurants, …

Meet the Priests Who Risk Their Lives Defying the Mafia

Father Antonio Aguanno was due to prepare for mass one Sunday last month when he discovered a donkey’s head in a plastic bag at the church’s …

Crime

10 Novels That Should Be Added to the Young Adult Canon: Today in Critical Linking

<i>We hereby vote these books be elevated to the status of universal teen year must-reads, right now. (Some indispensable modern classics—like Speak and</i> …

How to inspire your teen to read

Parents know how to inspire a love of books in babies and toddlers: Just put 'em on your lap, and start reading. But as kids get older and go to school, reading can be seen as work rather than fun -- and kids, especially teens, may stop reading for pleasure. Here are nine ways to get teens reading, …

Books

There’s a long tradition of women being silenced in fairy tales. The Queen of the Night uses it to dazzling effect.

One of the most highly anticipated literary novels released so far this year, <i>The</i> <i>Queen of the Night</i> is the story of a woman who is trying to take control of her own voice and her own destiny. And to tell that story, it pulls from a long tradition of silenced women in fairy tales.<p><i>The Queen of the</i> …

Literature

21 Books That Changed Science Fiction And Fantasy Forever

Speculative fiction is the literature of change and discovery. But every now and then, a book comes along that changes the rules of science fiction …

Science Fiction

6 Pulitzer Prize Winners Who Changed the Way We Think

Since its publication in 1987, there have been numerous efforts — some successful, some not — to ban Toni Morrison’s novel <i>Beloved</i> from libraries and high school English classes.<p>A recent effort in Virginia is, in one sense, just another in a long line of paternalistic attempts to protect the …

31 Brilliant Books That You Really Need To Read This Spring

Required reading from April to June. UK release dates.

The 19 Books Everyone Will Be Talking About This Summer

Get ready for the beach.<p>It might be just barely spring in many parts of the country, but that doesn't mean we can't look forward to warmer months—and the relaxation that comes with them. But the old definition of a "summer book" as a throwaway novel just won't do: one size definitely doesn't fit …

Books

11 Mysteries You Probably Haven't Read — But Should

Books

Happy 200th Birthday, Charlotte Brontë: 14 Books That Celebrate the Literary Icon

By Sarah Jane Abbott | Off the Shelf<p>Charlotte Brontë and her autobiographical character Jane Eyre are nothing short of cultural icons. Generations of readers, myself included, have a deep and abiding connection with the plucky governess--an independent, self-made woman, even as she found herself …

Simon Callow on The Genius of Shakespeare

22 April 2016<p>One of the UK's finest and best loved actors, Simon Callow, on Jonathan Bate’s classic biography of the life – and afterlife – of the …

Why some people think Shakespeare didn't write Shakespeare, explained

April 23, 2016, marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. That also means it's been about 400 years since people started arguing about whether or not Shakespeare really wrote Shakespeare. (Hint: He did.)<p>That’s a slight exaggeration. Actually, people have been arguing over this question …

Literature

In the footsteps of Cervantes, the Shakespeare of Spain

'From up here you can see all the windmills in La Mancha,” says Jose Perulero, peering from a windmill tower to the rust-red plain below, where nothing stirs among almond trees and olive groves and jumbled white villages dotted with mills. “This is the crossroads of Spain.”<p>Behind him the miller …

Charlotte Brontë Threw the Most Excellent Shade

You need to drop everything you’re doing right now and read all of the essays on LitHub right now about Charlotte Brontë in honor of her bicentennial …

Literature

How Shakespeare was turned into a German

An over 200-year-old German translation of Shakespeare's works made him seem more German than he was. Later, the Nazis insisted that version be kept, …

Literature

Shakespeare’s greatest achievement is that he lives inside all our heads | Martin Kettle

The Bard is there in the way we speak, the jokes we tell and even the way we imagine our country<p>If you are worrying that Britain is falling apart, getting more unequal, turning its back on the world or losing its humanity – and there are plenty of good reasons to be concerned about all these things …

12 Fantasy & Sci-Fi Books to Read: May 2016

We couldn’t be more excited for the month of May, as it will see several spectacular-looking debut novels, continuations of a few popular series, and …