Singer Shakira joins presidents of Colombia and Mexico, as well as Bill Clinton, in paying tribute to Nobel prize-winner
Colombian author became standard-bearer for Latin American letters after success of One Hundred Years of Solitude
Colombian Nobel laureate who helped to launch boom in Latin American literature with novel One Hundred Years of Solitude
John Steinbeck's classic is revived on Broadway with an all-star cast, but the critics can't agree if its leads bring huge chemistry or are simply reading from CliffsNotes
Sean O'Hagan: Using a cheap Holga film camera, Zhang Xiao captures the otherworldliness of a new-year festival that has survived China's surge towards modernity in Shanxi, a haunting new photobook
Fifty-year career wins over jury for 'chanelling the US's myriad voices' in novels such as Ragtime and Billy Bathgate
Flash Boys, an exposé of 'rigged' high-frequency trading, has sold 130,000 copies in its first week and is already being turned into a film. Its author, Michael Lewis, tells Emma Brockes why the story is so compelling
Husband of Facebook COO and author of Lean In reveals household chores are distributed between them 'more like 60/40'
Author recalls dinner party contretemps with Charles over death threats to Satanic Verses author
Donna Tartt's huge book, 11 years in the writing, wins honour for 'beautifully-written … novel with exquisitely drawn characters'
Pushpinder Khaneka: our literary tour of Somalia examines lives blighted by civil war, and unearths reasons for optimism in the 'world's most failed state'
As a fresh controversy arises in Delaware over whether parents should censor school reading lists, Dav Pilkey's Captain Underpants series tops the list of books which received the most complaints
Exclusive: Peruvian author says Maduro regime is becoming 'messianic dictatorship' intent on spreading its influence across Latin America
'Blood dripping from roasting bodies …' Simon Callow, Catholic born and bred, gives thanks he wasn't alive in Tudor times