Will James Frey shock or annoy readers with his blasphemous retelling of Christianity’s greatest story?
"The Captain," a new Jeter biography coming out next month, is already the subject of speculation.
A New York Times review of the first episode sparked a conflagration by suggesting that most women wouldn't naturally like the series.
"Water for Elephants" seems to be drawing less love as a movie than it did as a book.
Historian Kate Clifford Larson talks about Mary Surratt, the Washington D.C. landlady accused of plotting to kill Lincoln and profiled in new movie "The Conspirator."
Amazon's announcement that Kindle users can borrow library e-books may be good news for readers and libraries – but publishers could be the losers.
“In the age of Oprah and celebrity reality television ... everyone wants to be a spokesperson for some horrible incident or ... tragedy," says one book agent of the "Three Cups of Tea" controversy.
Nigel Slater – the celebrity cook (and yes, that's cook, not chef) – is Britain's best-kept secret soon to be shared with the United States.