Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick, who signed a deal with Hyperion for two new books, will release the first this May in e-book form only.
The launch of Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasrin’s new autobiography "Nirbasan" was cancelled after the fair's organizers received threats from Muslim leaders.
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."