Neil Gaiman will be helping to turn Good Omens, the novel he co-authored with the late Terry Pratchett, into a six-episode television series. This was revealed at a ceremony at the Barbican Centre over the weekend in honour of Pratchett. Also, a graphic novel by Pratchett, Small Gods, will also be published soon (July 2016).
In other book news:
The Man Booker International Prize shortlist has now been published, announcing the six finalists for the prize. Elena Ferrante is still the favourite to win for The Story of the Lost Child (even though the rules have changed this year to award an author/translator team for one book, it is likely that if Ferrante wins it will be in recognition of her Naples-set book series as a whole). Ferrante is j