Sarah Weinman, the editor of a new Library of America anthology, spotlights the no-nonsense work of female crime writers.
Banned Books Week, which celebrates works that have been challenged or banned, is being held this year from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3. The number of challenges reported this year is low in comparison to recent figures, according to the American Library Association.
Annie Dillard received national attention after earning the National Humanities Medal from President Barack Obama.
Schumer, who wrote and starred in this summer's movie 'Trainwreck,' will reportedly release a memoir through Gallery Books in 2016.
Chelsea Clinton has written a wonky, 402-page non-fiction tome and call-to-action dense with charts, graphs, statistics, and bullet points about the world's great challenges.
Marlon James, the author of 'A Brief History of Seven Killings,' is the first Jamaican author to have his or her work make it to the finals.
In 1987’s ‘Art of the Deal,’ GOP frontrunner acknowledges a ‘little hyperbole,’ but the book also tells us a lot about the man and his method.