Alan Hollinghurst is the author of five novels, The Swimming-Pool Library, The Folding Star, The Spell, The Line of Beauty and The Strangers Child. He has received the Somerset Maugham Award, the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction and the 2004 Man Booker Prize. He lives in London.
A list of books by LGBT+ voices which explore the experience of love to celebrate London Pride 2017.
In 2006, The Line of Beauty was dramatized by Andrew Davies for the BBC. Dan Stevens appeared as Nick Guest in a three-part series directed by Saul Dibb.
Alan Hollinghurst takes us through the writing process of The Line of Beauty, including the inspiration that Henry James provided for his writing style.
The longlist of 13 books was announced this afternoon, and the titles were chosen by a panel of five judges chaired by author and former Director-General of MI5, Dame Stella Rimington. A total of 138 books were considered for the ‘Man Booker Dozen' longlist.
The press have been singing about Alan Hollinghurst's novel The Stranger's Child. Read a sample of the reviews here.
Chapter one of The Stranger's Child, a novel by Alan Hollinghurst, is made exclusively available to read here.
Join Man Booker prize-winning author Alan Hollinghurst for a discussion of his long-awaited sixth novel, The Sparsholt Affair.
Alan Hollinghurst will be signing copies of his new novel THE SPARSHOLT AFFAIR at Gay's the Word, London.
Alan Hollinghurst launches his sixth novel in Bath.
The bestselling and Man Booker Prize winning author introduces his hotly anticipated new novel, The Sparsholt Affair, an exploration of shifting taste, class and human interaction...
Winner of the Man Booker Prize, Alan Hollinghursts The Line of Beauty is a decade-defining masterpiece about class, politics and sexuality in Margaret Thatchers Britain. He joins Steven Gale to...
Prize-winning author Alan Hollinghurst discusses his long-awaited sixth novel with Dr Allan Johnson. An exploration of shifting tastes, attitudes and private life, set in 20th century Britain, it...
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