MONITOR STAFF PICK
Reading Harry Potter was magic. But the last page has already been written.
The 4/12/10 Monitor Books podcast, including an interview with David Haskell, editor of "My First New York."
"Tinkers" by Paul Harding surprised many by winning the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
Excerpts of Kitty Kelley's new biography of Oprah Winfrey are leaking out but some complain that there are few real revelations.
A collection of fascinating historical anecdotes highlight this account of five days in April 1945.
Short reviews of three delightful poetry collections.
The Americans who made it to London post-World War II found a vibrant city fueled by courage and resolve.
Are parents with iPads really going to let their kids use them for reading? The answer seems to be yes.
How did Jane Austen become a superstar?
Oprah's moving on the Next Chapter. What will that mean for her book club?
Journalist Kai Bird draws on memories of a childhood spent in the Middle East to shape this exploration of the region’s conflict.
What's selling best in independent bookstores across America.
Nearly three decades of informal classroom chats with some of America’s finest poets.
Speaking at the White House Easter Egg Roll, J.K. Rowling said that – someday – she might write another Harry Potter book.
Perhaps it's still too soon to see iPads in Pyongyang, but North Koreans are reported to be enjoying "a wealth" of e-books.