Sen. Charles Schumer wrote in an op-ed that the Department of Justice's lawsuit could 'wipe out the publishing industry as we know it.'
Matthew Batt tells how he and his wife bought a house that absolutely nobody else wanted and – with considerable blood, sweat, and tears – turned it into their home, sweet home.
The lawyer, who now attends the New York University School of Law, will release a memoir in fall 2013.
BookStats, an annual survey that tracks the American publishing industry, finds that, contrary to doomsday predictions, bookstores and paper-and-ink books are still in demand.
The baby name website Nameberry says names from fantasy novels 'Game of Thrones' and 'Hunger Games' are among the most popular this year.
Alex Strick van Linschoten, one of the editors of the US edition of 'Poetry of the Taliban,' says many of the poems in the book deal with unexpected topics.
A growing number of public and college libraries are deciding to remove paper-and-ink books from their shelves.
Donald J. Sobol, 87, had penned more than 20 books featuring Encyclopedia Brown, a.k.a. 'Sherlock Holmes in sneakers.'
The foundation behind a proposed museum honoring American authors has published a plan for the building.