Rowan Williams, Baron Williams of Oystermouth and former Archbishop of Canterbury discusses his literary influences and memories of Suffolk.
Chris Brookmyre tells us about his latest novel, his work-in-progress and how he created Jack Parlabane.
Erica James discusses her latest novel, her love of East Anglia and creating 'feel-good' books.
Rebecca Tope talks about cosy crime, her latest work and her teetering 'to be read' pile.
Gregg Hurwitz tells us about the thorough research behind his Evan Smoak novels and his passion for libraries.
Prolific author Simon Brett tells us how he came to write crime fiction and reveals the title of his next book.
Exciting new author C. J. Tudor tells us about writing The Chalk Man, its follow-up, and her encounter with Robert Downey Jr.
Christopher Fowler tells us about his literary influences, Bryant & May and his latest book, The Book of Forgotten Authors.
Emma Flint tells us how her fascination with a real-life murder case led her to write Little Deaths.
Author Rosie Archer tells us how she writes two books a year and about her next novel.