Ruth Jones discusses the differences between novel and TV writing and tells us what she's planning for the Lavenham Literary Festival dinner in November.
Pamela Holmes describes how a chance visit to St Mary's Church, Huntingfield, inspired her first novel, how working as a nurse and journalist made her a better fiction writer, and how she researched her latest book, Wyld Dreamers.
Jill Dawson discusses The Language of Birds and Suffolk-set The Crime Writer ahead of her appearance at Slaughter in Southwold.
Queen of Crime Val McDermid talks about the evolution of the genre and her writing process, and encourages you to say hello to her at Slaughter in Southwold.
Felix Francis discusses growing up in an exciting literary and thespian household, how he fell into continuing his father's fiction legacy, and why he's particularly looking forward to Slaughter in Southwold.
Author and Suffolk librarian Sophie Green tells us all about her first children's novel, Potkin and Stubbs.
Michelle Paver tells us why she set her new novel in Suffolk, and what she loves about the county.
Gytha Lodge tells us about her first novel and her roundabout route to publication, and encourages budding writers to keep going.
Diane Setterfield tells us about the importance of books in her life and how her childhood reading influenced her novels, and has a rousing message for Suffolk Libraries borrowers.
Gill Paul describes her writing routine and intrigues us with details of her next book.