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The publisher has scheduled the release date for July 27.
HarperCollins has set the release date on September 6.
This piece features narration by actor George Takei.
Here are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.
Romance represents 50 percent of sales at the self-publishing website Smashwords, according to a new survey from the company.
The book club that was kicked off of a wine train in Napa last year has settled its $11 million discrimination lawsuit against The Napa Valley Wine Train.
The opening date for this two-part theatrical production has been set for July 30.
The 2016 Pulitzer Prize winners were announced at a ceremony in New York City earlier today.
The Supreme Court has denied The Author's Guild's appeal against the Google Books' copyright decision.
Book Depot, a bargain book wholesaler, is hoping to make the process of book returns easier for publishers and retailers alike.
John Green's 2005 young adult novel, Looking For Alaska, came in at number one of the "Top Ten Most Challenged Books of 2015" list.
What is your favorite work by The Bard?
Who's your favorite poet?
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has vetoed a bill that would have made The Bible Tennessee's official book.
The graphic novelist has been working on a book about pregnancy and a picture book for young readers.
The publication date has been scheduled for Fall 2016.
Jennifer Schuster's start date has been scheduled for April 18.
DC Comics will release the first issue on July 13.
In a recent interview, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss shared that they may only shoot 7 episodes for season seven and 6 episodes for the eighth (and possibly concluding) season.
The story for this six-part miniseries will be sourced from the novel that Gaiman co-wrote with the late Terry Pratchett.