How often is an author able to share true expertise?
Do we need laws to protect as from discrimination based on looks?
British poet Matt Harvey will produce a poem a day as Wimbledon's first official poet.
When war was considered glorious.
An interview with Jean Kwok, author of "Girl in Translation," is featured on the 5/18/10 Monitor books podcast.
Books play a (very different) role in the asset disclosures of both Obama and Biden.
Rusty Sabich returns in this superb sequel to Scott Turow’s 1987 blockbuster, ‘Presumed Innocent.’
'What if a zillion people read and talked about a single book?'
How dry was Prohibition? Some say the law did much to spike sales of alcohol.
Why Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Ted Kooser sends thousands of Valentines every February.
Strangest. Summer. Ever.
Irène Némirovsky was "almost forgotten" when "Suite Française" was published in 2004.
What's selling best in independent bookstores across America.
This excellent biography turns a laser-like focus on five years in the life of Winston Churchill.
If you have any interest in Vietnam, don’t miss this novel.