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He suggested HarperCollins editors were "too busy" to catch the mistakes.
Authors, publishers and booksellers discuss the remarkable popularity of J.K. Rowling's books.
“I did it for people to not be intimidated by gang tattoos, so they take time to listen to people’s stories.”
After what feels like an eternity as president, he must have a few tips.
One letter reportedly claims that her husband beat her just days before she suffered a miscarriage.
The AP and Sarah Lawrence College have both recently issued statements about gender-sensitive pronouns.
Vincent Connare stands by his work: "I’m proud of Comic Sans."
Is America's most close-lipped aide and political spouse ready to tell all?
And while we're at it, let's look at those parentheses.
"Marlena" is a vivid portrait of a friendship between two teen girls in a troubled community that captures the heartaches of adolescence.
Are you and your partner on the same page, comma-wise?
"There’s a lot of before and afters in people's lives.”
"If you don't see yourself in stories, you don't see yourself in the world."
Learn what it's really like to write dictionaries in Kory Stamper's "Word by Word."
She's the Pepe of Regency-era fiction.
Paging Reese Witherspoon, queen of the Hollywood book adaptation — we’re waiting...
Launching a two-pronged attack on the New York book sales scene makes for a bold move.
On this week’s episode of So That Happened, the Huffington Post’s weekly news-roundup podcast, we’re joined by the host
Johnson’s book doesn’t come off as though he has it all figured out.
The former Politics and Prose manager hopes to give opportunity to booksellers of color and create a welcoming space for all communities.