5 Minutes With:

Adelle Waldman

Jonathan Franzen has called her ‘a writer to watch’ and Lena Dunham says of The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.: ‘Mark my words: this book will inspire laughter, chills of […] Read More

5 Minutes With:

Mike Thomas

Mike Thomas is the author of Ugly Bus and Pocket Notebook. Originally hailing from Wales, and a policeman for the better part of two decades, here he tells us why […] Read More

5 Minutes With:

Jenny Mayhew

Jenny Mayhew has worked as a TV researcher, studied International Relations in Sri Lanka and written film screenplays on both contemporary and historical storylines.  In 2003, she was nominated for […] Read More

5 Minutes With:

Jude Cook

Jude is a London based novelist and screenwriter. After a career as a musician and songwriter (more on that later) Jude turned to fiction and his debut novel Byron Easy […] Read More

5 Minutes With:

Tim Walker

Tim Walker is the author of Completion, a debut novel which tells the story of the Manvilles and their North London home. It is a timely and acutely well-observed novel […] Read More

5 Minutes With:

Andrew Lycett

Meet Andrew Lycett, author of Wilkie Collins: A Life of Sensation. Andrew has been a biographer since the early 1990s, with his subjects including Ian Fleming, Dylan Thomas, Rudyard Kipling […] Read More

5 Minutes With:

Rob Ryan

Rob Ryan studied Fine Art at Trent Polytechnic before going on to an MA in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art. After several years as a painter, he began […] Read More

5 Minutes With:

Sathnam Sanghera

Sathnam Sanghera is a journalist and author originally from Wolverhampton, now living in London. His memoir The Boy With the Topknot won the Mind Book of the Year Award. Here Sathnam talks […] Read More

5 Minutes With:

David Vann

Legend of a Suicide and Goat Mountain author takes the Q&A Read More

5 Minutes With:

Aimee Bender

Meet the author of The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake Read More

Sign up to our monthly newsletter

Meet Windmill Books

Windmill is the online home of literary publishers Windmill Books, William Heinemann and Hutchinson. Part of Penguin Random House UK.