J.K. Rowling will be interviewed by Ann Patchett at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Oct. 16.
Penguin is reported to be publishing a major, first-person account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, scheduled for release on Sept. 11.
According to a new heat map by Amazon, readers in 44 states prefer conservative 'red' books to liberal 'blue.'
The adaptation of Stephen King's Dark Tower series was dropped by Warner Bros., but Media Rights Capital may take on the project.
This past school year saw a 30 percent increase in classroom requests for Ayn Rand novels from the Ayn Rand Institute.
Alex Morgan, soccer star on the US Olympic team will write a soccer series targeted at middle school girls.
Barnes & Noble opens up its Nook e-reader to an international market.
Since debuting in 2008, Amazon says, Katniss Everdeen and the Hunger Games 'have taken the world by storm.'
Many of the 2012 inclusions in the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary are words that 'provide colorful images,' according to editor at large Peter Sokolowski.
'People Who Eat Darkness' follows the case of Lucie Blackman, who disappeared in Tokyo more than a decade ago.