A prequel series will be released this summer, written by acclaimed comic book authors – but the original 'Watchmen' writer isn't involved.
In the latest salvo in the war between the book giants, Barnes & Noble says it won't sell books published by Amazon in its stores.
A New York Times article puts Barnes & Noble – and its next e-reader – in the headlines.
Jonathan Franzen, the author of 'Freedom' and 'The Corrections,' calls e-readers incompatible with 'responsible self-government.'
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publishing of Madeleine L'Engle classic "A Wrinkle in Time."
Seattle comes in at number two on the new list released by Central Connecticut State University, while Bakersfield, Calif. is ranked as the least literate city in America.
'Czar of Noir' Eddie Muller talks about the hard-boiled crime fiction that inspired film noir.
A German magazine's plan to print excerpts from 'Mein Kampf' has prompted fury and legal threats.