Carlo Rovelli has been hailed as 'the man who makes physics sexy'. But beyond all the hype and accolades, he’s just a humble dude trying to figure out life.
Tabloids regularly publish covers that seem to defame, but they get away with it. Huck lawyer Alex Wade explores the line separating free speech and libel.
Award-winning novelist Colum McCann has made a book of tips to save writers time and suffering. Huck reached out to him for some personalised guidance.
Inspired by Trump's misogyny, Laura Jones and Heather McDaid decided to start a grassroots literary revolution – and their first book is about to drop a bomb.
New photobook Magnum Cycling, by Guy Andrews, shares the stunning scenes and raw emotion of cross-country cyclists around the globe.
Huck takes a look around the world to find some of the very best independent bookstores.
Peggy Burns, publisher at influential Montreal publishing house Drawn and Quarterly, looks ahead to a great year in printed matter.
Huck looks back at Bowie's publishing house, the biography of a fake person he helped publish, and his efforts to beat the pretension out of modern art.
Jon Ronson, Miranda July, Harper Lee, Kim Gordon, Nell Zink: A bunch of great-reads from the who's-who of contemporary literature.
A letter to Jonathan Franzen about bird hunting in the Western Balkans forced Nell Zink out of obscurity and into literary stardom with her debut novel The Wallcreeper.
It took Thomas Morris three years to write the book of his dreams. Then he scrapped it, sat down, and wrote the truth.
Blloon editors Tara Jane Seton and Sarah Moriarty pull together a literary world tour, taking in Nigeria, Japan, outer space and beyond.