Amazon's policies may be unkind to many in the book industry, but that doesn't make them illegal.
'Do we never expect to have a bad time?' Robinson asked an audience at Calvin College's Festival on Faith & Writing. 'Every generation or so, something goes haywire. It's human history.'
Jonathan Safran Foer spoke on God, prayer, writing, and film adaptations at Calvin College's Festival on Faith & Writing.
On World Book Night thousands of volunteers in the US and Europe will hand out books, hoping to pass along their own love of reading.
This year's Festival of Faith and Writing at Calvin College included Jonathan Safran Foer, Marilynne Robinson, Chimimanda Ngoze Adichie, Luis Alberto Urrea, and Leila Aboulela.
South African author Jassy Mackenzie has created private investigator Jade de Jong – the grittier, South African version of Botswana's Precious Ramotswe.
Author Ruby Roth's new book 'Vegan Is Love' discusses how food gets from the farm to the kitchen table.
The college town of Lexington, Ky. is the US city in which e-readers are the most popular, according to a new study by The Atlantic.
Apple wants the anti-trust case filed against it by the DOJ to be decided 'on the merits.'