A rich narrative looks back at an era when sugar merchants were the power brokers of their day.
A former nun, after 20 years of work with Mother Teresa, takes an unflinching look at her own experience and desires.
When Seattle's Elliott Bay Book Co. changed neighborhoods, it also tweaked its stock.
Can a Muslim architect design a 9/11 memorial?
President Obama kicked off his vacation with a trip to a Martha's Vineyard book store. What's Obama reading?
Did the end of "Harry Potter" leave a hole in your life? Here are five fantasy series geared towards teens that adults will love too. They may not be "Harry Potter" – but they're very good!
Harry Benson's photos – taken at the height of Fischer's powers – break down more of his barriers than anything written about him to date.
The last couple of decades have been rough but editor Janet Hutchings says the Internet era is now boosting EQMM's profile and leading to a rebirth.
Media controversy won't necessarily jumpstart sales of Christine O'Donnell's book.
Dorothy Wickenden talks about how her grandmother and her best friend – society girls from the East – headed West for adventure in 1916.
The story of the power of the Papacy – and how it has waxed and waned over the centuries.
Two recent books examine America's addiction to crude oil, blaming it on the oil "kings" and "barbarians" of the Middle East.
How fear has sometimes driven America to forsake its highest ideals.
Forbes has just released their 2011 list of the world's highest paid authors (based on earnings from May 2010 to April 2011), and some of them may surprise you. We'll tell you how much each author made, why you should know their names, and how they beat the recession's effect on the fiction industry.