Sian Cain

Site editor of @guardianbooks. Has been known to use words with up to three syllables.

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Hank Green: 'I used all my power to make YouTube powerful, good and strong'
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Hank Green: 'I used all my power to make YouTube powerful, good and strong'
October, 15 2018
Bookselling is the most over-romanticised job in the world
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Bookselling is the most over-romanticised job in the world
October, 6 2018
Patrick O'Brian's unknown poems discovered in a drawer
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Patrick O'Brian's unknown poems discovered in a drawer
October, 4 2018
Hannibal Lecter creator Thomas Harris announces first book in 13 years
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Hannibal Lecter creator Thomas Harris announces first book in 13 years
October, 3 2018
Around the world with Simon Reeve and Neil MacGregor – books podcast
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Around the world with Simon Reeve and Neil MacGregor – books podcast
October, 2 2018
Myth-busting study of teenage brains wins Royal Society prize
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Myth-busting study of teenage brains wins Royal Society prize
October, 1 2018
How This Is Me became the new Let It Go – the ultimate anthem for the identity politics era
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How This Is Me became the new Let It Go – the ultimate anthem for the identity politics era
October, 1 2018
'I was a real artist until I turned 11': the anxieties of New Yorker cartoonist Liana Finck
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'I was a real artist until I turned 11': the anxieties of New Yorker cartoonist Liana Finck
September, 27 2018
Paul McCartney announces picture book, Hey Grandude
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Paul McCartney announces picture book, Hey Grandude
September, 27 2018
How to humiliate a woman: the ugly lesson of Brett Kavanaugh's yearbook
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How to humiliate a woman: the ugly lesson of Brett Kavanaugh's yearbook
September, 25 2018
Man Booker prize shortlist narrows the field – and also its sights?
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Man Booker prize shortlist narrows the field – and also its sights?
September, 20 2018
John Steinbeck was a sadistic womaniser, says wife in memoir
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John Steinbeck was a sadistic womaniser, says wife in memoir
September, 7 2018
Sally Rooney teaches us millennials should be written about, not ridiculed
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Sally Rooney teaches us millennials should be written about, not ridiculed
September, 5 2018
Sally Rooney novel Normal People unites critics in praise
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Sally Rooney novel Normal People unites critics in praise
August, 31 2018
Daisy Johnson and Michael Hughes on Classical adaptation
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Daisy Johnson and Michael Hughes on Classical adaptation
August, 28 2018
Crazy Rich Asians author wanted for dodging Singapore military service
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Crazy Rich Asians author wanted for dodging Singapore military service
August, 23 2018
UK festival directors demand end to ‘overly complex’ visa process
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UK festival directors demand end to ‘overly complex’ visa process
August, 21 2018
Home Office stopped author from speaking at UK festival, says publisher
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Home Office stopped author from speaking at UK festival, says publisher
August, 12 2018
Home Office refuses visas for authors invited to Edinburgh book festival
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Home Office refuses visas for authors invited to Edinburgh book festival
August, 8 2018
Jericho Brown on poetry, religion and race in the US – books podcast
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Jericho Brown on poetry, religion and race in the US – books podcast
August, 7 2018
'I’ve always wanted more than one life': the strange world of Brian Catling
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'I’ve always wanted more than one life': the strange world of Brian Catling
August, 7 2018
Ernest Hemingway story from 1956 to be published for the first time
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Ernest Hemingway story from 1956 to be published for the first time
August, 2 2018
Arthur C Clarke award goes to 'classic' novel exploring the limits of pregnancy
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Arthur C Clarke award goes to 'classic' novel exploring the limits of pregnancy
July, 18 2018
Gareth Southgate prompts new round of an old game: cash-in books
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Gareth Southgate prompts new round of an old game: cash-in books
July, 18 2018
Marcus du Sautoy and James Bridle – books podcast
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Marcus du Sautoy and James Bridle – books podcast
July, 17 2018
Original Winnie-the-Pooh map sets world record at auction
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Original Winnie-the-Pooh map sets world record at auction
July, 10 2018
Richard and Judy under fire from Book Club creator
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Richard and Judy under fire from Book Club creator
July, 10 2018
Man Booker prizewinners criticise decision to allow US writers to enter
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Man Booker prizewinners criticise decision to allow US writers to enter
July, 8 2018
'The problem is the reader': Howard Jacobson says the novel is not dead
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'The problem is the reader': Howard Jacobson says the novel is not dead
July, 7 2018
Psychedelic drugs: Michael Pollan on the history, science and experience of taking them – books podcast
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Psychedelic drugs: Michael Pollan on the history, science and experience of taking them – books podcast
June, 26 2018
What is it like being a first-time novelist today? – books podcast
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What is it like being a first-time novelist today? – books podcast
June, 19 2018
Mike McCormack wins €100,000 International Dublin literary award with one-sentence novel
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Mike McCormack wins €100,000 International Dublin literary award with one-sentence novel
June, 13 2018
Kathy Burke on Grenfell Tower: ‘These people will need help for the rest of our lives’
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Kathy Burke on Grenfell Tower: ‘These people will need help for the rest of our lives’
June, 8 2018
British 'linguaphobia' has deepened since Brexit vote, say experts
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British 'linguaphobia' has deepened since Brexit vote, say experts
May, 28 2018
Ghosts of the Tsunami wins Rathbones Folio prize for deeply felt reportage of 2011 disaster
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Ghosts of the Tsunami wins Rathbones Folio prize for deeply felt reportage of 2011 disaster
May, 8 2018
Aminatta Forna on Happiness, plus what are the best crime novels? – books podcast
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Aminatta Forna on Happiness, plus what are the best crime novels? – books podcast
May, 1 2018
Broadway producers of To Kill a Mockingbird countersue Harper Lee's estate
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Broadway producers of To Kill a Mockingbird countersue Harper Lee's estate
April, 17 2018
What will you be reading next year? A roundup of London book fair
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What will you be reading next year? A roundup of London book fair
April, 13 2018
Feminist fiction drives big money at London book fair
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Feminist fiction drives big money at London book fair
April, 13 2018
Iraqi Frankenstein story shortlisted for Man Booker international prize
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Iraqi Frankenstein story shortlisted for Man Booker international prize
April, 12 2018
Lisa Halliday on her novel Asymmetry – books podcast
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Lisa Halliday on her novel Asymmetry – books podcast
April, 10 2018
We’re all ears for audiobooks – and here are some of the best
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We’re all ears for audiobooks – and here are some of the best
April, 9 2018
Sean Penn's debut novel – repellent and stupid on so many levels
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Sean Penn's debut novel – repellent and stupid on so many levels
March, 29 2018
Top authors make mass call on Man Booker to drop American writers
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Top authors make mass call on Man Booker to drop American writers
March, 28 2018
Samantha Harvey on The Western Wind, plus how to define science fiction – books podcast
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Samantha Harvey on The Western Wind, plus how to define science fiction – books podcast
March, 27 2018
Black Lives Matter novel wins Waterstones children's book of the year
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Black Lives Matter novel wins Waterstones children's book of the year
March, 22 2018
Vice-president Mike Pence disappears down the rabbit hole
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Vice-president Mike Pence disappears down the rabbit hole
March, 20 2018
'We're a nation in need of an assassin': Sean Penn's debut novel set to take on Trump
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'We're a nation in need of an assassin': Sean Penn's debut novel set to take on Trump
March, 19 2018
Man Booker International and the Women's prize for fiction: where to start reading? – books podcast
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Man Booker International and the Women's prize for fiction: where to start reading? – books podcast
March, 13 2018
Forget Frankenstein, what else are snowflake students getting wrong about classic literature?
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Forget Frankenstein, what else are snowflake students getting wrong about classic literature?
March, 7 2018
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Sian Cain is a writer who has produced content for theguardian.com
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