Five new National Book Award winners were crowned tonight.
Pretend You're Mine: A Small Town Love Story by Lucy Score leads the Self-Published Bestsellers List this week.
Jim Carroll, the owner of San Francisco Book Co., an English-language bookstore in Paris lives on the same block Le Carillon, one of the bars attacked in last week's massacre.
As you are writing you may be feeling like your novel is becoming predictable, so our tip today is: Surprise Your Readers.
In both her native Sweden and the United States, Astrid Lindgren has become well-known as the author of the Pippi Longstocking series.
Kwame Alexander plans to write a prequel to his 2015 Newbery Medal-winning young adult novel Crossover entitled Rebound.
App users will be able to access comics and graphic novels from every Archie imprint.
Ballantine Books has scheduled the publication date for May 24, 2016.
Suzanne Collins offered several complimentary words for Francis Lawrence, Jennifer Lawrence, and Nina Jacobson.
Martin Ford will receive £30,000 in prize money.
Here's who's hiring in publishing.
Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham leads the iBooks Bestsellers list this week.
A J Waines' 2013 book, Girl on a Train, has been seeing a huge spike in book sales over the past year. The thriller about a journalist investigating a suicide has benefited from having a similar title to Paula Hawkin's bestseller, “The Girl on the Train."
The first issue of Deadpool and The Mercs will be published in February 2016.
Fernando del Paso will receive $135,000.00 for this accomplishment.
Dial Books has scheduled the publication date for May 10, 2016.
The story for this movie comes from Brian Selznick's 2011 children's book.
Here are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.
Matthew McConaughey wants to play the villain in the adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower, according to a report in Variety.
This publication garnered great fame for featuring pieces by several beloved writers such as W. H. Auden, Joan Didion, and Norman Mailer.