Katherine Rundell

Katherine Rundell (born 1987) is a British author.

Rundell’s book Super-Infinite won the 2022 Baillie Gifford Prize for Nonfiction. “She writes brilliantly. You feel her erudition and her turn of phrase is just so unexpected and fluent. She puts forward ideas about his poetry. He’s clearly one of her passions as a writer, that comes across very strongly, and she gives all the reasons why she thinks he should be much more widely read.” Caroline Sanderson, chair of the judging panel.

Books by Katherine Rundell

Interviews where books by Katherine Rundell were recommended

Fierce Girls in Tween Fiction, recommended by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

Books like Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls popularise the many different ways women and girls can be strong, and as strong as they need to be. Award-winning children’s author, Kiran Millwood Hargrave, talks us through some of her favourite strong female characters in children’s fiction.

Award Winning Nonfiction Books of 2022, recommended by Sophie Roell

It’s that time of year when there are dozens of the best-of-the-year lists. Which books are worth reading? One way of narrowing it down is by looking at the various awards that celebrate books across a range of nonfiction categories. Five Books editor Sophie Roell does a roundup of nonfiction books that won prizes in 2022.

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